Antidumping duties are a trade remedy often utilized against producers in the United States' own bilateral trading partners. Because of Chevron deference, foreign companies are at greater risk of being branded "dumpers" simply upon the onset of a petition. On March 15, 2013, the United States celebrated the one-year anniversary of the signing into force of the Korea-US (KORUS) Free Trade Agreement and its promise to eliminate barriers and tariffs.
The NAFTA Alternative: Saving Korus FTA Dumping Appeals from the Dumps,
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