Anti-dumping and Anti-subsidy: Claims, Measures and Stance

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
En Birmingham (Inglaterra), Athens, Greece (Grecia), Bahrain, Manama (Bahréin) y 14 sedes más
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I feel satisfied and grateful for being part of this excellent course and for acquiring knowledge from your wide experience, Professor. Thank you!

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Descripción

Have you studied or come across anti-dumping cases or countervailing actions? Are you aware of the international trade’s role in economic development? With this Anti-dumping and Anti-subsidy: Claims, Measures and Stance course you will have the opportunity to learn everything important about this field within commercial law.

HRODC offers you a five-day course in more than 30 cities around the world, including Doha, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, London, Barcelona, Athens and Jakarta. With Professor Doctor R. B. Crawford’s instruction you will understand the role and functions of the World Trade Organization (WTO), be familiar with the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) and comprehend the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT).

Do not miss this chance and ask for more information through Emagister. An assessor from HRODC will get in touch with you and answer all your doubts and answers.

Cost:
£4,800.00 Per Delegate for UK Delivery
£6,000.00 Per Delegate for Delivery outside the UK

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¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?

Our aim is to examine the importance of international trade, determine its role in economic development, growth and sustainability, understand the structure and functions of the World Trade Organization (WTO), comprehend budget and contributions, be familiar with the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), know the effects of dumping, study some anti-dumping cases and know the UK’s stance on anti-dumping. We also want to tech you the concept of the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS), discuss about the International Infiltration and National Border Protection and conduct a sunset review.

¿Esta formación es para mí?

This course is aimed at anyone who wants to learn about legal issues related to dumping, subsidies, countervailing actions, anti-dumping or sunset review. It is specifically designed for professionals holding these positions: anti-dumping officials, economists, audit commission members, international trade organisations, importers, trade ministers, trade undersecretaries and senior officers among other professions.

Requisitos: Degree or Work Experience

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Dónde se imparte y en qué fechas

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Athens, Greece
Sofias Avenue, 11528, Grecia Central y Evvoia, Grecia
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Bahrain, Manama
Salman Highway, Bahrain, Bahréin
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Bangkok, Thailand
South Sathon Road, 10120, Bangkok, Tailandia
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Birmingham
B5 4st Birmingham, B5 4ST, West Midlands, Inglaterra
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Brussels, Belgium
Rue du Fosse-Aux-Loups, 1000, Bélgica, Bélgica
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Central London
Carburton Street, W1W 5EE, London, Inglaterra
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Opiniones

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10/05/2015
Lo mejor I feel satisfied and grateful for being part of this excellent course and for acquiring knowledge from your wide experience, Professor. Thank you!

A mejorar Everything was perfect.

Curso realizado: Mayo 2015 | Recomendarías este centro? Sí.
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07/05/2016
Lo mejor I look forward to learning even more with HRODC. Thank you for this great explanation on Anti-Dumping and Anti-Subsidies.

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Curso realizado: Mayo 2016 | Recomendarías este centro? Sí.
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05/05/2016
Lo mejor I want to thank Professor Doctor Crawford for the full explanation about Anti-Dumping and Anti-Subsidy. I just know that I will benefit from it. That is why I recommend this course to my colleagues and, even, to my Top Manager.

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Curso realizado: Mayo 2016 | Recomendarías este centro? Sí.

¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Consumer Law
Competition Law
Decision Making
Financial Law
Pricing Strategy
Trade Finance
Regulatory Compliance
Financial Compliance
Financial Crime
Regulation Law
World Trade Organization
Growth
Anti-dumping
Countervailing Measures
Subsidy
World Trade Agreement (WTA) 1994
Dumping
Countervailing duties
CVD
Pricing Policy

Temario

Course Contents, Concepts and Issues

Part 1: Trade and The Global Economy

Ø  The Role of International Trade in Economic Development, Sustainability and Growth;

Ø  Openness and Productivity;

Ø  The World Trade Agreement (WTA) 1994;

Ø  The Establishment of the World Trade Organization (WTO);

Ø  Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization;

Ø  Article I - Establishment of the Organization;

Ø  Article II - Scope of the World Trade Organisation (WTO); Ø  Article III - Functions of the World Trade Organisation (WTO); Ø  Article IV - Structure of the World Trade Organisation (WTO); Ø  Article V - Relations with Other Organizations; Ø  Article VI - The Secretariat; Ø  Article VII - Budget and Contributions; Ø  Article VIII - Status of the World Trade Organisation (WTO); Ø  Article IX - Decision-Making; Ø  Article X – Amendments; Ø  Article XI - Original Membership; Ø  Article XII – Accession; Ø  Article XIII - Non-Application of Multilateral Trade Agreements between Particular Members; Ø  Article XIV - Acceptance, Entry into Force and Deposit; Ø  Article XV – Withdrawal; Ø  Article XVI - Miscellaneous Provisions; Ø  The Uruguay Round Protocol GATT 1994;

Ø  Understanding the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT);

Ø  GATT's Relationship to Environmental Policy;

Ø  World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Agriculture;

Ø  World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement On Sanitary and Photo Sanitary Measures;

Ø  World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Textiles and Clothing;

Ø  World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade;

Ø  World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Trade-Related Investment;

Ø  World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Pre-Shipment Inspection;

Ø  World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Rules of Origin;

Ø  World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Import Licensing Procedures;

Ø  World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures;

Ø  World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Government Procurement.

 

Part 2: Dumping Determination and Anti-Dumping Duty

Ø  Defining “Dumping”;

Ø  Determination for Calculation of Normal Value:

·         Domestic Price:

      Like Product;

      Sales in the ordinary Course of Trade;

      Insufficient Volume of Sales;

·         Third Country Exports;

·         Constructed Normal Value.

Ø  Criterion for Imposing Anti-Dumping Measures;

Ø  Calculation of Dumping Margin;

Ø  Material Injury;

Ø  Factors to be Considered in Making Determinations of Material Injury;

Ø  Casual Link between the Material Injury and the Dumped Import;

Ø  Investigation to Determine Imposition of Anti-Dumping Measure;

Ø  Circumstances when Investigation will be Terminated;

Ø  Imposition and Collection of Anti-Dumping Duties.

 

Part 3: Anti-Dumping Case: India vs. Mexico for the Importation of Acrylic Fibre

Ø  Subject;

Ø  Product Involve and Scope of Investigation;

Ø  The Parties;

Ø  Standing;

Ø  India’s Claim:

·         Like Goods;

·         Dumping and Dumping Margin;

·         Injury and Causal Link.

Ø  Final Findings of the Ministry of Commerce of New Delhi:

·         Product under Consideration;

·         Like Articles;

·         Dumping;

·         Injury and Causal Link.

Ø  Final Findings;

Ø  Amount of Imposable Anti-Dumping Duty.

Part 4: Actionable Forms of Dumping and Its Effect

Ø  Actionable Forms of Dumping:

·         Predatory Dumping;

·         Cyclical Dumping;

·         Market Expansion Dumping;

·         State-Trading Dumping;

·         Strategic Dumping.

Ø  Effects of Dumping on Original and Transhipment Countries and Domestic Countries;

Ø  The Patriotism Instance: The British Flag Scenario;

Ø  Europe and the World Trade Directorate;

Ø  European Commission’s Investigation of Allegations of Injury to The EU Steel Industry, Caused by Subsidised Imports from India and Korea;

Ø  Analysis the EU Findings:

·         Were Other Imports To Blame?

·         Does The Domestic Industry Suffer From Over Capacity?

Ø  The UK Trade and Investment White Paper, ‘Making Globalisation a Force for Good’;

Ø  Analytical Support for the Trade and Investment White Paper;

Ø  The UK’s Response to the EU Commission’s Concern on the Anti-Subsidy.

 

Part 5: Anti-Subsidy (Countervailing) Determination and Countervailing Duties

Ø  Defining ‘Subsidy’;

Ø  Why Are Certain Subsidies Unfair?;

Ø  Anti-Subsidy or Countervailing Duties;

Ø  Forms and Rationalisation of Subsidies:

·         Prohibited Subsidies;

·         Actionable Subsidies.

Ø  Remedies for Prohibited Subsidies;

Ø  Serious Prejudice;

Ø  Remedies for Actionable Subsidies;

Ø  Non-Actionable Subsidies;

Ø  Determination of Injury;

Ø  Causal Link;

Ø  Calculation on the Amount of Countervailable Subsidies;

Ø  Imposition and Collection of Countervailing Duties;

Ø  Duration and Review of Countervailing Duties and Undertakings

Ø  Exemptions for Countervailing Duties

 

Part 6: Some Anti-Dumping Conclusions

Ø  The Tendency of All Countries to Take Action to Protect the Interest of Their National Economies;

Ø  The Necessitation of the Use of Subsidies and/or External Competition That Might Result In Dumping;

Ø  Why the Same Countries That Are Against Dumping Are Themselves Engaged In Dumping;

Ø  Credence in the UK’s Stance on Subsidy and Dumping – As Positive Factors of Globalisation;

Ø  The World Is One Large Community, With Separate Economic ‘Pockets’;

Ø  The Need for a Balance in Dumping – Antidumping Stance.

 

Part 7: Services and Off-shoring: The Impact of Increasing International Competition in Services

Ø  What is the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS)?;

Ø  The Aim of the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS);

Ø  How Does General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) Work;

Ø  Which Countries Participate;

Ø  What Services are Covered;

Ø  What Kind of Rule Does GATS Include;

Ø  GATS and WTO;

Ø  The Cancun WTO Ministerial Declaration;

Ø  How GATS Is Viewed By the European Commission;

Ø  GATS as an Instrument to Benefit Business";

Ø  The Main Points of Critique of GATS;

Ø  Are Developing Countries Marginalized By GATS?;

Ø  GATS and National Security;

Ø  International Infiltration and National Border Protection;

Ø  The Case of Dubai Ports Authority and P&O Ferry.

 

Part 8: Anti-Dumping Remedy, The Sunset Review and Beyond

Ø  Devising Effective Anti-Dumping Remedies;

Ø  Focusing on WTO Provisions and Requirements;

Ø  Data Recording Relevant to Countervailing Measures;

Ø  Disseminating Information to Industrialists and Other Relevant Parties, Relevant to ADA and Their Role in Countervailing Measures Suspension and Sunset Review;

Ø  Conducting a Sunset Review;

Ø  Beyond The Sunset Review;

Ø  What after Countervailing Measure Suspension;

Ø  Formulating Anti-Dumping Policy and Strategy, Within the ADA.