Dumping margin

 

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Dumping margin

In a case of dumping, the difference between the "fair price" and the price charged for export. Used as the basis for setting anti-dumping duties.



Similar Matches

Dumping

Dumping

Used in the context of general equities. Offering large amounts of stock with little or no concern for price or market effect.


Anti-dumping suit

Anti-dumping suit

A complaint by a domestic producer that imports are being dumped, and the resulting investigation and, if dumping and injury are found, anti-dumping duty.


Social dumping

Social dumping

Export of a good from a country with weak or poorly enforced labor standards, reflecting the idea that the exporter has costs that are artificially lower than its competitors in higher-standards countries, constituting an unfair advantage in international trade.


Environmental dumping

Environmental dumping

Export of a good from a country with weak or poorly enforced environmental regulations, reflecting the idea that the exporter's cost of production is below the true cost to society, providing an unfair advantage in international trade. Also called eco-dumping.


Eco-dumping

Eco-dumping

Environmental dumping


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