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Anti-dumping policy in the European Union

December 11 2006
Venue: ECIPE, Rue Du Luxembourg 3, Floor 1, Brussels
Speakers: Dr. Olivier CadotnMr. Fredrik ErixonnDr. Brian HindleynMr. Johan KrafftnDr. Fritz Harald Wenig
Time: 14:00

In the last decades there has been a sharp increase in the global
use of anti-dumping measures. Today anti-dumping policy is at the
centre ground of trade policy and plays a significant role in shaping
bilateral trade relations – in particular countries’ relations to
China. Furthermore, anti-dumping actions often reach headlines and
leave clear imprints on the politics of trade and economic relations in
a broader milieu.

The European Union is currently reviewing
its policy for trade defence instruments (TDI) and will in December
publish a Green Paper discussing current policy and presenting views
from stakeholders. This is an important initiative. As the WTO
negotiations have been suspended it is important that countries find
other ways to reform current policy.

With this
letter you are cordially invited to a seminar on anti-dumping policy in
the European Union. This seminar is set in the context of the current
review. A representative of the European Commission will present the
background to and the present position of the review. We have also
invited some key experts on anti-dumping policy to discuss the
rationale for a reform of anti-dumping and TDI policy in Europe, and
how such reforms can stimulate other countries to undertake similar
efforts.

RSVP: by December 8 to info@ecipe.org

Download Prof. Olivier Cadot’s paper on sunset reviews, presented at the seminar

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