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A Case for an Antidumping Law in Georgia?

Protectionism and any kind of import restrictions have supporters in every country, and Georgia is no exception. Recently, I attended a lunch meeting on the need for an antidumping law, organized by Georgian Lawyers for Independent Professions, Governing for Growth (G4G), and the Society of Free Individuals. Participants from different sectors and institutions presented their views on the possible economic consequences of antidumping regulations currently being discussed by the Georgian government. From an economist’s perspective, I believe there are num...
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Gigla Mikautadze
Eric, many thanks for your comments. I agree, that the declared goal of antidumping is to “protect” the local producers, but very ... Read More
Wednesday, 25 January 2017 2:02 PM
Eric Livny
The purpose of anti-dumping regulations is not only to serve some lobby groups, as claimed in this article. In Georgias specific c... Read More
Wednesday, 25 January 2017 7:07 AM
Eric Livny
It is not true that only permanent and targeted dumping can be harmful to domestic producers. Three-four months of dumping could ... Read More
Wednesday, 25 January 2017 3:03 PM
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