13 October, 2015
The Supreme Court of India has held that Anti-dumping duty is not imposable on imports made during the period after the expiry of the provisional anti-dumping duty and before imposition of the final/definitive anti-dumping duty.
The Apex Court held that incorporation of provisional duty in the final duty, in the manner ...
By Atul Gupta
It is a debatable issue from which date the period of 5 years should be reckoned for determining the date on which imposition of definitive anti-dumping duty would expire, if no sunset review is conducted before such expiry (Article 11.3 of WTO: ADA). This debate assumed significance in respect of Indian practice after the delivery of...
By Bhargav Mansatta
India follows a prospective method of Anti-dumping Duty (AD) and Countervailing Duty (CVD) imposition whereas the United States has adopted a retrospective method. In prospective method, based on the actual data relating to a selected period known as ‘period of investigation’ the margin of dumping and / or subsidization is determined and the rate of duty is also determine...
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