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Mexico – Corn Syrup: Mexico – Anti-dumping Investigation of High Fructose Corn Syrup from the United States, Recourse to Article 21.5 of the DSU by the United States*

  • Robert Howse and Damien J. Neven
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The 21.5 AB ruling in Mexico – Corn Syrup arises out of a dispute between the United States and Mexico concerning whether the Mexican agency’s finding of material injury from dumping was consistent with the Anti-dumping Agreement. The original Panel1 found that the agency’s determination of the existence of a threat of material injury to the domestic industry was made in violation of numerous provisions of the Anti-dumping Agreement. In light of these findings by the panel, the agency made a redetermination and the United States filed a 21.5 complaint, claiming that the redetermination failed to address adequately the defects identified by the original panel.

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Barfield, C., 2001. Free Trade, Sovereignty, Democracy: the Future of the World Trade Organization, Washington D.C.: AEI Press.
Roessler, F., 2000. “The Institutional Balance between the Judicial and the Political Organs of the WTO”, in New Directions in International Economic Law: Essays in Honour of John H. Jackson, Bronckers, M. and Quick, R. eds., Kluwer Law International, The Hague, pp. 325–46.
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World Trade Review
  • ISSN: 1474-7456
  • EISSN: 1475-3138
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