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Dumping is exporting at below national market cost to gain market share on the world market. Article VI of the 1994 GATT authorises anti-dumping duties to be levied on dumped goods equal to the difference between their export price and their normal value, if dumping causes injury to producers of competing products in the importing country.
Dumping is exporting at below national market cost to gain market share on the world market. Anti-dumping duties are taxes imposed on imported goods in order to compensate for the difference between their export price and their normal value, if dumping causes injury to producers of competing products in the importing country. Anti-dumping duties are enabled by Article VI of the GATT.
Political organisation, subgroup of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States, that serves as a base for economic dialogue with the European Union. It was established in 1992. Its membership comprises the 15 Caribbean Community states, along with the Dominican Republic. All Participating States in CARIFORUM, with the exception of Cuba, are signatories to the ACP-EU Partnership Agreement or “Cotonou Agreement” and the EPA, respectively.
The member states are: Antigua and Barbuda, The Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, St. Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago.
A product complies with the rule when the non-originating materials used in its production are classified in a different HS heading than the one of the product.
Further information can be found in the introductory notes in the chapter on rules of origin of the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement.
Seats HS heading 94.01
In some EU preferential trade arrangements, the rule for the seats (HS heading 94.01) requires:
“Manufacture [production] from [non-originating] materials of any heading, except that of the product (CTH)”
The manufacturer of the seats uses the following non-originating materials imported into the EU from outside the EU and the FTA partner country
- sawn wood (HS heading 44.07)
- fabrics (HS heading 52.08)
- foam/porolone (HS heading 39.03)
All non-originating materials used in the production are classified in tariff headings different from the tariff heading of the seats. Therefore, the product (seats) complies with the rule of origin.
Treaty between the European Union and the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP countries). Signed in June 2000, it constitutes the framework for cooperation between the members of the ACP countries and the EU. The fundamental principles of the Cotonou Agreement include equality of partners, global participation (states and non-state actors), dialogue and regionalisation.
Countervailing duties, also known as anti-subsidy duties, are import duties imposed under World Trade Organization (WTO) rules and aimed to neutralise the negative effects of subsidies. They are imposed after an investigation finds that a foreign country subsidises its exports, injuring domestic producers in the importing country.
In general law, an act, decision or judgement that affects all parties, not just those directly concerned.
The invoice declaration (also called origin declaration) is filled by the exporter concerning the origin of a product, on the basis of certain commercial documents. The objective of this declaration is to prove that the product is originating in a certain country, under the terms of a certain preferential trade arrangement. The name of the document differs depending on the preferential trade arrangement.
For maritime and air transport, the document listing the cargo on board the means of transport. The document may be used for customs purposes, subject to prior authorisation, when it contains the necessary information in particular with regard to the customs status of the goods and their identification.
The official publication of record for the European Union. EU legislation can only become legally binding once it has been published in the Official Journal.