Thailand Wins WTO Dispute Over US Zeroing

Law360, New York (January 22, 2010, 4:01 PM EST) -- The World Trade Organization has once again called out the U.S. government for its use of zeroing in calculating certain anti-dumping duties, handing Thailand a victory in its complaint over the way the U.S. came up with duties for imports of plastic retail bags.

In a panel report handed down Friday, a WTO dispute settlement body found that the U.S. had acted inconsistently with the organization's anti-dumping agreement in determining dumping margins for Thai exporters of polyethylene retail carrier bags, in cases where those calculations were...
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