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United States – Countervailing Duties on Certain Corrosion-Resistant Carbon Steel Flat Products from Germany (WTO Doc. WT/DS213/AB/R): The Sounds of Silence*

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  16 September 2015

Gene m. Grossman
Affiliation:
Princeton University
Petros C. Mavroidis
Affiliation:
University of Neuchâtel and Columbia University
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On August 17, 1993, the United States Department of Commerce (USDOC) imposed definitive countervailing duties (CVDs) on carbon steel originating in Germany. The imposition of these duties was based on an investigation by USDOC in which it was determined that certain German producers had benefited from five countervailable subsidy programs at a total ad valorem rate of 0.60 percent.

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Grossman, Gene M. and Mavroidis, Petros C.. 2003. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow? Privatization and the Injury Caused by Non-Recurring Subsidies. A Discussion of the Appellate Body Report on United States – Imposition of Countervailing Duties on Certain Hot-Rolled Lead and Bismuth Carbon Steel Products Originating in the United Kingdom in Horn, H. and Mavroidis, P. C., eds., The WTO Case Law of 2001. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
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