Anti-Dumping, Anti-Subsidy and Trade in Services: Investigation, Determination, Countervailing Measures, Sunset Review, Suspension & National Security, PG Course. Actionable Dumping, Anti-Dumping Duty, Dumping Margin, Normal Value, Causal Link, Cyclical Dumping, GATT, Market Expansion Dumping, Material Injury, Predatory Dumping, State-Trading Dumping, Strategic Dumping, Subsidised Imports, WTA, WTO, in Abuja, Accra, Amman, Bangkok, Banjul, Beirut, Birmingham, Bogotá, Brasilia, Brunei, Brussels, Bucharest, Cairo, Colombo, Conakry, Dodoma, Doha, Dubai, Durban, Gaborone, Georgetown, Hanoi, Islamabad, Jakarta, Jeddah, Kathmandu, Kinshasa, Kuala Lumpur, Kuwait, Lagos, Lima, London, Luanda, Lusaka, Manama, Manila, Maputo, Muscat, Nairobi, New Delhi, New York, Niamey, Paramaribo, Paris, Quito, Rabat, Seoul, Singapore, Tokyo, Toronto, Tripoli, Windhoek, Wolverhampton, etc. and Online.

Course #269. Anti-Dumping, Anti-Subsidy and Trade in Services: Investigation, Determination, Countervailing Measures, Sunset Review, Suspension and National Security Course, Leading to Diploma - Postgraduate - in Anti-Dumping, Anti-Subsidy and Trade in Services, Double-Credit, 60 Credit-Hours, accumulating to a Postgraduate Certificate, with 120 additional Credit-Hours, and a Postgraduate Diploma, with 300 additional Credit-Hours.  

Doctor of Philosophy {(PhD) {University College London (UCL) - University of London)};

MEd Management (University of Bath);

Postgraduate (Advanced) Diploma Science Teacher Ed. (University of Bristol);

Postgraduate Certificate in Information Systems (University of West London, formerly Thames Valley University);

Diploma in Doctoral Research Supervision, (University of Wolverhampton);

Teaching Certificate;

Fellow of the Institute of Management Specialists;

Human Resources Specialist, of the Institute of Management Specialists;

Member of the Asian Academy of Management (MAAM);

Member of the International Society of Gesture Studies (MISGS);

Member of the Standing Council for Organisational Symbolism (MSCOS);

Member of ResearchGate;

Executive Member of Academy of Management (AOM). There, his contribution incorporates the judging of competitions, review of journal articles, and guiding the development of conference papers. He also contributes to the Disciplines of:

Human Resources;

Organization and Management Theory;

Organization Development and Change;

Research Methods;

Conflict Management;

Organizational Behavior;

Management Consulting;

Gender & Diversity in Organizations; and

Critical Management Studies.

Professor Dr. Crawford has been an Academic in the following UK Universities:

University of London (Royal Holloway), as Research Tutor;

University of Greenwich (Business School), as Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor), in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management;

University of Wolverhampton, (Wolverhampton Business School), as Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor), in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management;

London Southbank University (Business School), as Lecturer and Unit Leader.

His responsibilities in these roles included:

Doctoral Research Supervisor;

Admissions Tutor;

Postgraduate and Undergraduate Dissertation Supervisor;

Programme Leader;

Personal Tutor.

 

For Whom This Course is Designed

This Course is Designed For:

Anti-dumping officials;

Audit Commission Members;

Commercial Farmers;

Contract Managers;

Corporate Executives;

Department of Commercial Officials;

Economists;

Exporters generally;

General Trade Officials;

Importers who which to challenge dumping charges levied against them;

Importers, generally;

Industrial Advisors;

Industrialists;

International Trade Organisations;

Management Accountants;

Managers;

Manufacturers who are desirous of filing dumping claims against exporters;

Members of governments whose responsibility it is to investigate and report on suspected dumping activities;

National Development Bank Officials;

National Trade Organisations;

Officials of Rural Development Agencies;

Policymakers responsible for drafting national anti-dumping legislation;

Presidents and Vice-Presidents of Industries;

Senior Officers of Department of Trade;

Trade Ministers and Undersecretaries;

Vice-Presidents of manufacturing companies;

All others desirous of gaining expertise in legal issues relating to dumping, anti-dumping, subsidies, countervailing actions,  antidumping investigation and reporting, sunset review, anti-dumping case management.

Classroom-Based Duration and Cost:

Classroom-Based Duration:

10 Days

Classroom-Based Cost:

£10,000.00 Per Delegate

Group Discount:

Varies With Group Size

Group Residential Cost:

Up To 86% Discount, Based on Numbers.

Synchronous Online (Video-Enhanced) Duration and Cost

Online Duration:

20 Days @ 3 Hours Per Day

Normal Online Cost:

£6,700. 00 Per Delegate

The Classroom-Based Course cost does not include living accommodation. However, students and delegates are treated to the following:

Free Continuous snacks throughout the Event Days;  

Free Hot Lunch on Event Days;                           

Free City Tour;             

Free Stationery;                               

Free On-site Internet Access;

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute’s   Diploma – Postgraduate; or

Certificate of Attendance and Participation – if unsuccessful on resit.

 

Delegates will be Treated to a Selection of Our Branded Complimentary Products, which include:

Leather Conference Folder;

Leather Conference Ring Binder/ Writing Pad;

Key Ring/ Chain;

Leather Conference (Computer – Phone) Bag – Black or Brown;

8-16 GB USB Flash Memory Drive, with Course/ Programme Material;

Metal Pen;

Polo Shirt;

Carrier Bag.

Course Objectives

By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:

Determine the importance of international trade in the global economy;

Specify the role of international trade in economic development, sustainability and growth;

Establish the link between openness and productivity;

Demonstrate a heightened understanding of the provisions of The World Trade Agreement (WTA) 1994;

Determine the scope, functions and structure
of the WTO;
Ascertain the relationship of WTO with other organisations;
Demonstrate an improved skill in conducting the decision-making process;
Acquire an update of the latest amendments of the WTO;
Describe the rules on accession;
Discuss the non-application of multilateral trade agreements between particular members;
Obtain a keen understanding of the rules on acceptance, entry into force and deposit;
Cite the rules applicable to Withdrawal of membership in WTO and other miscellaneous provisions;
Recount the establishment of the Uruguay Round Protocol GATT 1994;

Demonstrate a heightened understanding of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and its relationship to the environmental policy;

Determine the provisions of WTO on:

Agriculture;

Sanitary and Photo sanitary Measures;

Textiles and Clothing;

Technical Barriers to Trade;

Trade-Related Investment;

Pre-shipment Inspection;

Rules of Origin;

Import Licensing Procedures;

Subsidies and Countervailing Measures;

Government Procurement.

Enumerate the effects of dumping on the economy of host countries and name the effects of dumping on the economy of domestic and of transhipment countries;

Analyse cases in selected countries including Europe and the World Trade Directorate;

Acquire a heightened knowledge of The UK trade and investment white paper;

Demonstrate an understanding of The UK’s response to the EU Commission’s concern on anti-subsidy;

Identify The aim of the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS);

Establish the interrelated nature of General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) and WTO;

Identify the role of General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) as viewed by the European Commission;

Enumerate the main points of critique of General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS);

Determine whether the developing countries are marginalized by General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS);

Establish the link between General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) and National Security;

Devise an effective remedy, within the WTO guidelines, based on the premise that injury has occurred within a specified industry;

Effectively record data relevant to the countervailing measures that might be evidenced in the case for a Sunset Review;

Establish the WTO requirement for suspension of the countervailing measures;

Determine the situations under which a Sunset Review is permitted under the ADA;

Devise a communication mechanism that will effectively inform Industrialists and other relevant parties, the aspects of the ADA and their role in the suspension of the countervailing measures and the establishment of a sunset review;

Use case examples to build a scenario within which to conduct a sunset review;

Use data from a sunset review to determine whether there are grounds for the continuance or suspension of the countervailing measures;

Look beyond the sunset review and countervailing measure suspension to the formulation of government policy and strategy that will discourage dumping, within the ADA.

 

Course Contents, Concepts and Issues 

Part 1 – Trade and The Global Economy

The Role of International Trade in Economic Development, Sustainability and Growth;

Openness and Productivity;

The World Trade Agreement (WTA) 1994;

The Establishment of the World Trade Organization (WTO);

Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization;

Article I - Establishment of the Organization;

Article II - Scope of the World Trade Organisation (WTO);
Article III - Functions of the World Trade Organisation (WTO);
Article IV - Structure of the World Trade Organisation (WTO);
Article V - Relations with Other Organizations;
Article VI - The Secretariat;
Article VII - Budget and Contributions;
Article VIII - Status of the World Trade Organisation (WTO);
Article IX - Decision-Making;
Article X – Amendments;
Article XI - Original Membership;
Article XII – Accession;
Article XIII - Non-Application of Multilateral Trade Agreements between Particular Members;
Article XIV - Acceptance, Entry into Force and Deposit;
Article XV – Withdrawal;
Article XVI - Miscellaneous Provisions;
The Uruguay Round Protocol GATT 1994;

Understanding the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT);

GATT's Relationship to Environmental Policy;

World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Agriculture;

World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement On Sanitary and Photo Sanitary Measures;

World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Textiles and Clothing;

World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade;

World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Trade-Related Investment;

World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Pre-Shipment Inspection;

World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Rules of Origin;

World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Import Licensing Procedures;

World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures;

World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Government Procurement.

 

Part 2 – Dumping Determination and Anti-Dumping Duty

 

Defining “Dumping”;

Determination for Calculation of Normal Value:

Domestic Price:

Like Product;

Sales in the ordinary Course of Trade;

Insufficient Volume of Sales;

Third Country Exports;

Constructed Normal Value.

Criterion for Imposing Anti-Dumping Measures;

Calculation of Dumping Margin;

Material Injury;

Factors to be Considered in Making Determinations of Material Injury;

Causal Link between the Material Injury and the Dumped Import;

Investigation to Determine Imposition of Anti-Dumping Measure;

Circumstances when Investigation will be Terminated;

Imposition and Collection of Anti-Dumping Duties.

 

Part 3 – Anti-Dumping Case: India vs. Mexico for the Importation of Acrylic Fibre

 Subject;

Product Involve and Scope of Investigation;

The Parties;

Standing;

India’s Claim:

Like Goods;

Dumping and Dumping Margin;

Injury and Causal Link.

Final Findings of the Ministry of Commerce of New Delhi:

Product under Consideration;

Like Articles;

Dumping;

Injury and Causal Link.

Final Findings;

Amount of Imposable Anti-Dumping Duty.

 

Part 4 – Actionable Forms of Dumping and Its Effect

Actionable Forms of Dumping:

Predatory Dumping;

Cyclical Dumping;

Market Expansion Dumping;

State-Trading Dumping;

Strategic Dumping.

Effects of Dumping on Original and Transhipment Countries and Domestic Countries;

The Patriotism Instance: The British Flag Scenario;

Europe and the World Trade Directorate;

European Commission’s Investigation of Allegations of Injury to The EU Steel Industry, Caused by Subsidised Imports from India and Korea;

Analysis the EU Findings:

Were Other Imports to Blame?

Does the Domestic Industry Suffer From Over Capacity?

The UK Trade and Investment White Paper, ‘Making Globalisation a Force for Good’;

Analytical Support for the Trade and Investment White Paper;

The UK’s Response to the EU Commission’s Concern on the Anti-Subsidy.

 

Part 5 – Subsidy: (Countervailing) Determination and Countervailing Duties

Defining Subsidy, in the SCM Agreement;

Subsidy as Direct Transfer of Funds and Fiscal Benefits;

Subsidy as Goods, Services, or Price Support;

Why are Certain Subsidies Unfair?

Specific or Non-Specific Subsidies;

Subsidies for Industrial Research and Pre-Competitive Development Activities;

Pure Research, Industrial Research, and Pre-Competitive Research Activities, as specified in the SCM Agreement;

Subsidies for Industrial Research and Pre-Competitive Development Activities;

Subsidies for Disadvantaged Regions;

Subsidies for Environmental Adaptation;

Non-Actionable Subsidies;

Subsidy Notification and Annual Update;

Prohibited Subsidies;

Remedies for Prohibited Subsidies;

Adverse Effects of Subsidies;

Contextualising Serious Prejudice;

Remedies for Actionable Subsidies, Having Adverse Effect or Causing Serious Prejudice.

 

Countervailing Measures for Harmful Subsidies

Application and Initiation of a Countervailing Investigation;

Consultations in a Countervailing Investigation;

The Evidence Stage in a Countervailing Investigation;

Simultaneous Invocation of Parts II (Article 4) III (Article 7) and V (Article 10);

Subsidy Calculation: Benefit to Recipient.

 

Part 6 – Concessions for Developing and LDC Countries & Countervailing Measures

Special and Differential Treatment for Developing Countries, and Least Developed Countries (LDC)

Exoneration from the Ascription of Prohibited Status;

Subsidy Phase-out on Expert-Competitiveness of Developing Countries;

Developing Countries and Prohibited and Actionable Subsidies;

Determination of Injury in a Countervailing Measures Investigation;

Definition of a Domestic Industry, for the Purpose of Countervailing Measures;

Imposition of Provisional Countervailing Measures.

 

Undertakings, Provisional, Definitive and Retroactive Countervailing Measures

Undertakings, and Provisional and Definitive Countervailing Measures;

Retroactive Imposition of Countervailing Measures;

Imposing and Collecting Countervailing Duties.

 

Part 7 – General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS)

The Inception and Development of the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS);

The Council for Trade in Services or Services Council;

How Does General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) Work?

Defining a Service, Under General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS);

Which Services Do General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) Incorporate?

General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) Service Modalities;

World Trade Organisation (WTO) Participation in General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS), Generally;

World Trade Organisation (WTO) Commitment to Health and Social Services;

General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) Trade Policy Review of Subsidies in Services;

The Work of Services Council on Least-Developed Countries (LDCs) and E-Commerce;

General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) for Least Developed Countries (LDCs);

General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) and the E-Commerce Work Programme;

The Working Party on GATS Rules (WPGR);

General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) Emergency Safeguard Measures;

Government Procurement in Services;

General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) and National Security. 

Part 8 – The Sunset Review

The Institution of Anti-Dumping Measures;

Standard for Anti-Dumping Investigation – ADA Article 5

Research Evidence of Dumping;

Level of Damage and Duration of Anti-Dumping Measures:

Provisional Anti-Dumping Duty;

Definitive Anti-Dumping Duty Measure.

The Principles of Sunset Review;

Notification of Anti-Dumping Measures.

 

Part 9 - An Examination of Selected Anti-Dumping Cases from:

Argentina

Brazil

Chile

China

Colombia

Czech Republic

Korea

India

Malaysia

Mexico

New Zealand

Philippines

South Africa

Taiwan

Turkey

Part 10 - Some Anti-Dumping Conclusions

The Tendency of All Countries to Take Action to Protect the Interest of Their National Economies;

The Necessitation of the Use of Subsidies and/or External Competition That Might Result In Dumping;

Why the Same Countries That Are Against Dumping Are Themselves Engaged In Dumping;

Credence in the UK’s Stance on Subsidy and Dumping – As Positive Factors of Globalisation;

The World Is One Large Community, With Separate Economic ‘Pockets’;

The Need for a Balance in Dumping – Antidumping Stance.

Click the Picture Below, to view Award Presentation Video

 

Messrs Faisal Abdulaziz Al-Hawas, Bader Riyad Al-Onaizi, and Khalid Al-Ghamdi, Delegates of Anti-Dumping and Anti-Subsidy: Claims, Measures and Stance Course, commenting, on receipt of their Award of Diploma – Postgraduate – in Anti-Dumping and Anti-Subsidy, in Dubai, UAE.

1.     “Thanks, Professor. It is an excellent course and I am pleased to be part of it and get your knowledge from your wide experience in the field.” (Mr. Fraisal)

2.     “Thanks Professor for your full explanation about Anti-Dumping and Anti-Subsidy and I’m sure that we get most beneficial from this course ….. We are going to spread it and let our colleagues know about it, deep and deep, also as well as our Top Management ….....” (Mr. Khalid)

3.     “Thank you so much for the great explanation …... and I look forward to having more next time …….” (Mr. Bader)

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Mr. Fahad Altoriaqi, relaxing at Anti-Dumping, Anti-Subsidy and Trade in Services: Investigation, Determination, Countervailing Measures, Sunset Review, Suspension and National Security Course, HRODC Postgraduate Trainiong Institute, London, UK

Mr. Fahad Altoriaqi Receiving his Diploma – Postgraduate – in Anti-Dumping, Anti-Subsidy and Trade in Services (Double Credit), from Prof. Dr. Crawford, HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute, London, UK

"I would say in this moment… I have the honor to be one of the lucky delegates who have attended this distinguished course with a great Professor Crawford, and I would say that beside his great amount knowledge about of a lot of subject in the. and besides his academic skills, he has a great personality. Both contribute to making the delegate comfortable in dealing with him and I haven’t prepared very well to say something to him, but I think you have to deal with him in order to see how good, I think and best among others in his field. I would like to thank him during the whole days that we are together and thank you so much for all the inputs you provide. Thanks so much". Mr. Altoraiqi

Mr. Fahad Altoraiqi recipient of Anti-Dumping, Anti-Subsidy and Trade in Services: Investigation, Determination, Countervailing Measures, Sunset Review, Suspension and National Security Course in London, United Kingdom, Leading to a Diploma – Postgraduate in Anti-Dumping, Anti-Subsidy and Trade in Services (Double Credit). YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsuZi3Qzszo