International Trade Amicus: September 2012

Product under consideration (PUC) for the purpose of anti-dumping investigations is required to be carefully selected. Though the Anti-dumping Agreement (ADA Agreement) does not provide for any guidelines in this regard, but, an overtly broad PUC can create complications. This September 2012 issue

International Trade Amicus: October 2012

Grant of market economy status for Chinese exporters has always been a bone of contention with the investigating authorities around the world. This October 2012 issue of "International Trade Amicus" discusses a recent ECJ order distinguishing between State 'interference' and 'influence' and its ef

International Trade Amicus: November 2012

Various aspects of 'sampling' in the European Union's anti-dumping law and how it can be used in the Indian circumstances, which may also require amendment in the Indian anti-dumping provisions is the topic of discussion this month in "International Trade Amicus". In WTO, while the Appellate body

International Trade Amicus: December 2012

USA has raised visa fees for companies hiring more than 50% foreign labour. Would the move withstand WTO scrutiny? Article in this December 2012 issue of "International Trade Amicus" discusses various aspects of General Agreement in Trade in Services (GATS) and concludes how the law will not be a