Down with dumping

A ready example would be the loyalty seen in small town America. Many consumers refuse to shop competitively in order to support their locally owned businesses. 2. Think it is a wise policy for the WTFO to not become involved in punishing individual companies. The countries governments should be the ones to monitor the companies in their respective countries. It is the responsibility of the WTFO to hold those sovereign countries responsible for any foul play on he part of those companies.

I think the VITO was not given authority to charge individual counties because the temptation to abuse such power in favor of one’s own country would be too great. It would be too easy for a corrupt government official to issue policies that favor there country at the expense of others. 3. Recent case: The EX. vs. China In January 2011 China imposed anti;dumping duties on x-ray security scanners imported from the ELI. The anti-dumping duties ranged from 33. 5% to 71. 8%. The EX. believed there was no legal justification for the duties being imposed.

It was believed that this was Chinas way of retaliating against the EX. for imposing an anti-dumping duty on cargo scanners from China. It was found by the WTFO that the anti-dumping duties imposed by China violated the Wet’s anti-dumping rules. China was forced to remove the duties imposed on the scanners. In this case I would have voted in favor of the ELI. China was not able to prove that there was a valid reason for the duties on the scanners. China was also not able to prove that the scanners were damaging the countries domestic industry.