Tariff levied on dumped imports. The threat of an anti-dumping duty can deter imports, even when it has not been used, and anti-dumping is therefore a form of nontariff barrier.
a tariff intended to offset the impact of `underpricing' by foreign suppliers
Imposed to offset the amount or margin of dumping.
A tariff imposed to discourage sale of foreign goods in the United States market at low prices which would be detrimental to U.S. manufacturers.
A special duty imposed to offset the price effect of dumping that has been determined to be materially harmful to domestic producers. (See also Dumping.)
a tariff imposed to prevent dumping
a special duty imposed to protect a domestic industry from goods sold in that market at prices below those charged for comparable sales in the producer's home market, or sold at a price less than the cost of producing the goods
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 the dumping of goods by a foreign supplier.
A tariff imposed to discourage sale of foreign goods, subsidized to sell at low prices detrimental to local manufacturers.
An additional import duty imposed in instances where imported goods are priced at less than the “normal” price charged in the exporter's domestic market and cause material injury to domestic industry in the importing country.
Additional duty assessed on merchandise the International Trade Commission finds to be imported for less than reasonable market value, which is injurious to U.S. industry.
A duty levied under the Special Import Measures Act on goods that have been dumped in Canada (i.e., sold for export to Canada at prices lower than those prevailing in the exporter's domestic market or for less than the cost of production) when it has been determined that the dumping of the goods has caused, is causing, or is likely to cause material injury to the production of like goods in Canada. The duty is equal to the margin of dumping.