The EU anti-dumping policy against Russia and China - The quality of products and the choice of an analogue country

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  • International Management and Control
This paper uses the theory of international trade in vertically differentiated products in order to evaluate if the EU, since 1992, in its anti-dumping policy against the two non-market economies, Russia and China, has calculated higher dumping margins, when the level of economic development and the quality of the products of the chosen analogue country are higher. The conclusion is that even though the EU chooses analogue countries at a higher level of economic development than Russia and China, the differences in the quality of products and levels of economic development between the dumpers and the analogue countries do not systematically explain the size of dumping margins.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBridging with the Other: The Importance of Dialogue in International Business
PublisherAcademy of International Business
Publication year2004
StatePublished - 2004
EventAcademy of International Business 2004 Annual Meeting -
Duration: 10 Jul 200413 Jul 2004


ConferenceAcademy of International Business 2004 Annual Meeting

    Research areas

  • Anti-dumping, non-market economy, Russia, China, analogue country, vertical product differentiation

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