Zeroing May Be Too Entrenched To Lose, Experts Say

Law360, New York (October 6, 2009, 2:36 PM EDT) -- In light of the World Trade Organization's decision to take up yet

another case protesting the United States' use of zeroing, attorneys spoke to International Trade Law360 about why, despite multiple WTO rulings against the embattled anti-dumping calculation method, the U.S. is unlikely to wholly abandon the practice.

Zeroing refers to the system of calculating anti-dumping margins where only transactions at dumped prices are taken into account, and any nondumped transactions are disregarded. The methodology makes for larger dumping margins and has become a major source...
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