Countervailing duty is levied when imported merchandise receives a bounty or grant when exported with material injury to an U.S. manufacturer.
An additional duty imposed on imported goods to offset government subsidies in the exporting country when those subsidies cause or threaten injury to the domestic industry of the importing country.
An additional duty imposed to offset export grants, bounties or subsidies paid to foreign suppliers in certain countries by the government of that country for the purpose of promoting export.
Import duty imposed over and above normal levels when an importing country considers the export price to contain a subsidy.
a tariff applied to offset the impacts of unfair subsidization of imports
Levied to offset subsidised goods.
a duty imposed to offset subsidies by foreign governments
a customs duty on goods which have received government subsidies in the originating or exporting country
a special duty imposed by a country to protect its domestic industry from the negative impact of imports which have received subsidies
a special duty imposed to offset foreign subsidies on imported products that cause injury to the domestic industry
a special duty imposed to protect a domestic industry from injury caused by imports that have benefited from subsidies provided by a foreign government
a special duty levied, in addition to the regular duty and other charges, by an importing country (Philippines) on its imports which have been found to be subsidized in the country of origin or exportation
A duty imposed to remedy injury caused by subsidies.
An additional levy imposed on imported goods to offset subsidies provided to producers or exporters by the government of the exporting country.
A duty levied on the import of certain foreign goods when it is felt that they were produced under conditions amounting to unfair trade practices.
An extra duty imposed on an imported product by an importing country (or group of countries, as in the case of the EU) to compensate for subsidies deemed to be illegal which are given to the manufacturer of the product in the exporting country.
A duty imposed to counter unfairly subsidized products.
Duty levied on imports of goods that have benefited from production or export subsidies. The duty is intended to offset the effect of the subsidy.
An extra duty imposed by the Secretary of the Treasury to offset export grants, bounties, or subsidies paid to foreign suppliers in certain countries by the governments of those countries as an incentive to exports.
Duty that is assessed, in addition to regular duties, to offset the effects of countervailable foreign subsidies granted to merchandise imported into the United States that is injurious to a domestic industry. See “Countervailable Subsidy” and “Injury.
A duty that is imposed by a country on imported goods to counting a subsidy that has been granted to the goods by the exporting country.
Additional duty assessed on merchandise for which is a bounty or a grant is paid, and which is injurious to U.S. industry.
A duty levied under the Special Import Measures Act on subsidized imported goods where it has been determined that importing subsidized goods has caused, is causing, or is likely to cause material injury to the production in Canada of like goods. The duty is equal to the amount of the subsidy.