This short contribution aims at identifying certain provisions of the Agreement that might be considered for amendment, in light of the general principles that, in our view, should inspire the reform of the ADA. Part I below deals with such general principles; Part II sets out suggestions concerning the determination of the product scope in an anti-dumping investigation; Part III deals with Article 5 of the ADA (initiation of the investigation); Part IV is concerned with amendments to Article 2 ADA (dumping); Part V deals with Article 3 ADA (injury); Part VI concerns the reform of Article 11 ADA (reviews and refunds); Part VII concerns introduction of rules on anti-circumvention; Part VIII deals with amendments regarding special and differential treatment for developing country Members; finally, in Part IX we draw some conclusions on the proposed issues of reform.
Konstantinos Adamantopoulos and Diego De Notaris,
The Future of the WTO and the Reform of the Anti-Dumping Agreement: A Legal Perspective,
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