Strong Trade Laws as the Foundation of a Sound American Trade Policy
Enforcing the Rules is an analysis of 10 industries that examines the economic benefit of enforcing U.S. trade rules. Anti-dumping and countervailing-duty laws, which this report analyzes, are often the only reason that some industries can produce in the U.S. Critics suggest that tariffs help the fe
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U.S. antidumping and countervailing duty (AD-CVD) laws have been in place for more than a century, providing U.S. companies, farmers, and workers a remedy against subsidized and unfairly priced imports.
Enforcing the Rules examines the effects of AD-CVD laws have had on industries from steel and shrimp to furniture, cement and raspberries.
AD-CVD laws are a critical part of U.S. trade policy and the world trading system because they provide ground rules for global commerce and ensure continued political support for trade liberalization.