The Proliferation of Anti-Dumping and Poor Governance in Emerging Economies: Case Studies of China and South Africa

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This paper proposes improving anti-dumpings (AD) procedural institutions by enhancing the quality of public governance in the formulation of AD decisions by national authorities. It further examines the AD practices and laws of China and South Africa, arguing that poor governance in emerging economies contributes to their prolific use of AD, usually disproportionate to their small share of world imports. These economies already maintain higher tariff barriers than industrial countries, so that without effective steps to ...

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