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  • Trade Remedy

    World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements establish trade remedies, including anti-dumping duties and countervailing duties and safeguards, to restrict unfair trade practices. A growing number of countries now rely on these WTO trade remedies to protect their domestic industries from perceived unfair trade practices. Companies engaged in global commerce need to be aware of international trade laws and remedies because these laws can have a profound effect on business operations and profitability. They also need to proactively adopt measures to identify and minimize risks that they will become the target of trade remedy investigations and remedial actions.

    Our Trade Remedies team provides comprehensive consulting services related to trade laws and remedies. These services include consultations on how to respond to anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations which are filed against domestic and foreign companies to prevent the importation of low-priced goods. Additionally, the Trade Remedies team proactively works with clients to anticipate and avoid potential trade risks before they occur, utilizing our expertise to develop comprehensive trade risk management and monitoring systems.

     

    Services

    • Trade Remedies
        Consultation on anti-dumping investigations involving exported goods (outbound). Consultation on countervailing duty investigations involving exported goods (outbound). Consultation on anti-dumping investigations involving imported goods (inbound). Consultation on countervailing duty investigations involving imported goods (inbound). Consultations to address trade remedy safe guards.
    • Systems Related to Trade Remedies
        Strategies for designing systems to monitor international trade activities. Strategies for designing systems to address trade remedies.
    • Advanced Evaluation of Risks Involved in Anti-dumping and Countervailing Duties
        Consultation on export strategies to minimize trade risk (export pricing policies and export processes) through prior monitoring.

    Key Contacts

    Sung-Eun Stephan Kim Kurt B. Gerstner