This text provides an overview of the most significant provisions of international trade laws and the administrative and judicial mechanics for coping with international trade disputes. Features and Benefits: A brief, general introduction to international trade law 337, Tariff Act of 1930: intended to prevent other unfair practices besides dumping and subsidizing The history of antidumping and countervailing duty laws 301, Trade Act of 1974: regarding U.S. government support for opening foreign markets to U.S. businesses 201, Trade Act of 1974: obtaining relief from market disruption caused by "fairly traded" imports U.S. "escape clause": allowing the United States to impose temporary extra import duties despite its obligations under GATT
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