publication . Article . 2013

EU'S ANTIDUMPING POLICIES TOWARDS CHINA AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS

Cristian Clinci;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2013 Journal: Academica Science Journal - Economica Series, volume 2, issue 3 12, pages 3-9
Abstract
This paper first tries to describe the antidumping measures and to explain how they work in the trade relations between EU and China. Then it tries to explain the implications of the antidumping measures from an economic perspective. Finally, the paper tries to answer the question whether the EU discriminates China in its antidumping policies.
Subjects
free text keywords: EU, China, antidumping policies
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publication . Article . 2013

EU'S ANTIDUMPING POLICIES TOWARDS CHINA AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS

Cristian Clinci;