Modem anti-dumping action is, as we have seen, rooted in Jacob Viner’s classic analysis of dumping, Dumping: a Problem in International Trade, which was written over fifty years ago. Viner was himself an active participant in the drafting of the United States Antidumping Act of 1921, which he later described as being ’in almost all respects a model of draftsmanship in so far as anti-dumping legislation is concerned’.1 Furthermore, nearly every subsequent study of the dumping/anti-dumping problem refers to Viner’s work as the definitive word on the economic implications of discriminatory pricing in international trade.
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