WTO Again Lambastes US Zeroing In Shrimp Case

Law360, New York (July 11, 2011, 7:06 PM EDT) -- In a case involving duties on shrimp from Vietnam, a World Trade Organization panel on Monday once again ruled that the United States' use of zeroing is inconsistent with the organization's anti-dumping agreement.

The ruling is the latest in a long string of WTO cases taking the U.S. to task for its use of the practice to calculate anti-dumping duties. The U.S. has said in recent months that it is in the process of ending its use of zeroing.

"Having found that the United States has...
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