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The industry and firm-level patterns of anti-dumping (AD) use across 18 most active AD user countries are analysed. For the analysis, the study makes use of the newly available “Global Anti-dumping Databaseâ€. The industry and firm level patterns in the period from 1995-2004 are used. The study does not use econometric techniques to examine the propositions made in the study. Rather, it examines trends and patterns in AD use globally and in each of the active user countries, from the perspective of testing the propositions. [Working Paper No. 9]. To download: If you experience problems downloading a file, check if you ...
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The following, below the fold, is the full-length version of an interview I did with Bill Harnsberger, a front page writer at the Daily Kos. As I wrote to Bill along with the original draft, The problem for me here... is that what I'm saying is beyond what liberals and progressives are generally ready to accept as conceivable or possible. My overall point was that the American left, the secular mainstream, and many secular Republicans (certainly conservative but not thrilled with the idea of Christian theocracy or the teaching of Young-Earth Creationism in public schools), have missed, and still do to this day, the ... market research, surveys and trends
The WAWG Blog Blog Archive » Bad Deeds for 7-9-2010
Wall Street Journal Editorial Board Member and Congressional Republican Want to Raise Taxes on the Poor While Providing Tax Cuts for the Super Rich – The Bush tax cuts are scheduled to expire in January. President Obama has expressed a desire to preserve the cuts for the middle class while letting tax rates for the wealthy reset to where they were during the Clinton administration. On CNBC, Wall Street Journal editorial board member Stephen Moore went so far as to say that he can’t “see the sense” of allowing cuts for the rich to expire, and then advocated that taxes be raised on the poorest Americans in order to finance ... market research, surveys and trends


Anti-dumping: The Free-Trade Antacid - The Region - Publications ...
In the growing nation-family of free trade, everybody brings something unique to the trade table for all others to share. Taiwan brings the (polyvinyl) alcohol and Brazil the orange juice to get the party started. Chile and Norway volunteer fresh salmon, while Italy brings (what else?) the pasta and China adds garlic and mushrooms. France and Germany bring sugar for dessert. Pretty much everyone bakes a batch of steel to pass. Turkey has the aspirin for the collective free-trade hangover. The United States, for its part, will be bringing a case of anti-dumping—a ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Play War -- Play Governing
As a thirty-seven year old Governor of South Carolina in 1959 we had the same problem that the United States has nationally -- jobs! I knew no CEO in New York would listen to a young Governor from a State that was operating in the red. My first task was to raise taxes and balance our budget. Fortunately, I didn't know any economists. But I heard the same objections from the Chamber of Commerce: "You had to have strong economic growth before you could raise taxes." Be that as it may, I had breakfast after breakfast at the Governor's Mansion for the members of the State Legislature, who finally voted a tax ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Nitish Kumar's elusive 'Patnaik' moment
The Nitish Kumar-Bharatiya Janata Party shadow-boxing appears to have faded into the backdrop — at least for now. For close to a fortnight, the Bihar Chief Minister and his political partner sparred and warred, giving the impression that the relationship was going over the precipice. But just as the audience braced itself for the final, heart-stopping moment, when Mr. Kumar was expected to do a Naveen Patnaik on his ally of 14 years, he stopped, weighed the situation and pulled back from the brink. To anyone familiar with the Nitish-BJP chapter of Bihar's political history, the tepid ending is hardly likely to have ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Results of this study show that there is a widespread agreement among the international marketers that the current anti-dumping laws are often confusing and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
What is the Effect of U.S. Antidumping Duties on Imports? Some ...
EAG Discussion Papers are the primary vehicle used to disseminate research from economists in the Economic Analysis Group (EAG) of the Antitrust Division. These papers are intended to inform interested individuals and institutions of EAG's research program and to stimulate comment and criticism on economic issues related to antitrust policy and regulation. The analysis and conclusions expressed herein are solely those of the authors and do not represent the views of the United States Department of Justice. Information on the EAG research program and discussion paper series may be obtained from Russell Pittman, Director of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
U.S. Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Database and Links
data and documentation on U.S. antidumping and countervailing duty cases since 1980, collected by the author of this page, Bruce Blonigen, Department of Economics, University of Oregon, with the help of numerous student research assistants. This work was generously supported by the National Science Foundation (Grant numbers 9810706 and 0416854) and the data are free to anyone and downloadable from this page. Case-specific data on U.S. antidumping and countervailing duty activity (as well as that for many other countries) are now available at Chad Bown's Global Antidumping Database . On this webpage I have also included ...
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Question: Growth rates by country and industry
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