With Raymond Paretzky
In late 2001, the People’s Republic of China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO), a momentous step forward into the legal arena of world trade for what is still, at least nominally, a communist country. Since joining the WTO, China has become an aggressive user of WTO-sanctioned trade remedies, including antidumping laws, which allow domestic industries to seek tariffs against imports allegedly being sold too cheaply in the importing country.