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United States – Certain Methodologies and Their Application to Anti-Dumping Proceedings Involving China (US–Anti-Dumping Methodologies (China)), DS471

  • Kholofelo Kugler (a1)
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This dispute concerns China's claims regarding three issues related to certain anti-dumping measures applied by the United States Department of Commerce (USDOC): the use of the weighted average-to-transaction (WA-T) method in dumping margin calculations, the treatment of multiple companies as a non-market economy-wide entity (NME-wide entity), and the way that USDOC determines anti-dumping duty rates for this type of entity and the level of these duty rates.

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1 Panel Report, United States–Anti-Dumping Methodologies (China), paras. 2.1.

2 Ibid. para. 7.9.

3 Ibid. para. 7.11.

4 Ibid. para. 7.103–7.104. SAS programming errors were not challenged with regard to the Steel Cylinders investigation.

5 Ibid. para. 7.157.

6 Ibid. para. 7.187.

7 Ibid. para. 7.220.

8 Appellate Body Report, United States–Anti-Dumping Methodologies (China), paras. 5.46.

9 Ibid. para. 5.2.

10 Ibid. paras. 5.31, 5.45, 5.46–5.48, 5.49.

11 Ibid. para. 5.101.

12 Appellate Body Report, United States – Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Measures on Large Residential Washers from Korea, DS464, paras. 5.124, 5.129.

13 Referred to by the Appellate Body as W-T.

14 Appellate Body Report, United States–Anti-Dumping Methodologies (China), paras. 5.107–5.108.

15 Panel Report, United States–Anti-Dumping Methodologies (China), para. 7.227.

16 Ibid. para. 7.239.

17 Ibid. paras. 7.271, 7.301.

18 Policy Bulletin No. 05.1, the Anti-Dumping Manual, and USDOC's anti-dumping determinations.

19 Panel Report, United States–Anti-Dumping Methodologies (China), paras. 7.313–7.332, 7.339.

20 Ibid. paras. 7.367–7.368.

21 Ibid. para. 7.369.

22 Ibid. paras. 7.371–7.377.

23 Ibid. paras. 7.387–7.381.

24 Ibid. para. 7.382.

25 Ibid. para. 7.384.

26 Ibid. para. 7.388.

27 Ibid. para. 7.389.

28 Appellate Body Report, Argentina – Measures Affecting the Importation of Goods, DS438, para. 5.152.

29 Panel Report, United States–Anti-Dumping Methodologies (China), paras. 7.473–7.475.

30 Ibid. para. 7.476.

31 Ibid. para. 7.479.

32 Ibid. para. 7.497–7.499.

33 Ibid. paras. 7.500–7.508.

34 Appellate Body Report, United States–Anti-Dumping Methodologies (China), paras. 5.111.

35 Ibid. paras. 5.107–5.108.

36 Ibid. para. 5.163–5.164.

37 Ibid. para. 5.179.

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