Dumping Margin

International Legal Research

Information about Dumping Margin in free legal resources:

Treaties & Agreements

International Organizations

Jurisprudence $ Commentary

European Union

IP Law


Dumping Margin

Summary of Dumping Margin

In those instances where a product has been dumped, that is, sold abroad at a price below the fair market value in the country of origin, the dumping margin is the difference between the home market price and the price at which the goods are sold abroad less incidental charges, such as export packing, peculiar to foreign sales. The purpose of antidumping duties is to offset the dumping margin. See dumping.

(Main Author: William J. Miller)

Dumping Margin and the GATT Policy Negotiations

In relation to the GATT Policy Negotiations, Christopher Mark (1993) provided the following explanation and/or definition of Dumping Margin: In a dumping investigation, the percentage by which the price charged in the importing country's market falls below a product's fair value.

Leave a Comment