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People's Republic of China's proposals for anti-dumping in WTO/DDA rules negotiations
- People's Republic of China's proposals for anti-dumping in WTO/DDA rules negotiations
- Choi, Won-mog
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- ASIAN JOURNAL OF WTO & INTERNATIONAL HEALTH LAW AND POLICY
- ASIAN JOURNAL OF WTO & INTERNATIONAL HEALTH LAW AND POLICY vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 25 - 64
- People's Republic of China; anti-dumping; Anti-dumping Agreement; Doha Development Agenda (DDA); rules negotiation; S&D treatment; developing countries; least-developed countries
- NATL TAIWAN UNIV PRESS
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- The WTO DDA rules negotiation on anti-dumping issues poses an important challenge to the People's Republic of China, which has become one of the largest victims of anti-dumping actions by trading partners and, at the same time, is a major user of anti-dumping measures. China's proposals in the DDA rules negotiations raise a wide variety of issues related to clarifying and improving WTO rules, primarily from an exporting country's perspective. In order to play a leading role in.advocating a development agenda, China has tabled a series of constructive, specific proposals that would provide S&D treatments for developing countries. China faces several challenges in the rules negotiations: how to co-operate with the exporting countries group, whose goal is to clarify and improve current anti-dumping rules; how to continue to represent the interests Of developing and least-developed countries; and at the same time, how to achieve its agenda while satisfying the concerns of recalcitrant major developed countries that want to preserve the basic concepts, principles, and effectiveness of the existing rules.
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