This Note argues that the Court should interpret the EEC Treaty to admit actions brought by independent Community importers. Part I of this Note examines the structure of Community antidumping proceedings. Part II sets forth the two methods that permit private parties to seek judicial review of antidumping regulations. Part III argues that admission to the Court should not be restricted so as to exclude independent importers. This Note concludes that allowing independent importers to challenge directly antidumping regulations is necessary to provide equality of treatment, and that such actions neither undermine the Community policy nor destroy the structure of the Community judiciary.
Meg A. Mataraso,
The Independent Importer's Right of Review of Antidumping Regulations Before the Court of Justice of the European Communities,
12 Fordham Int'l L.J. 682
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