The article uses a specific case to illustrate how three multinational firms used antidumping law to create cartels in Europe and in the United States. It goes on to show how easy it is to use antidumping law to facilitate cartellization and to suggest that this practice is probably common. The author urges antitrust authorities to use the filing of antidumping complaints to trigger antitrust investigations.
Note: A revised version of this working paper is forthcoming in Antitrust Law Journal.
GW Paper Series
GWU Law School, Public Law Working Paper No. 002
Pierce, Richard J. Jr, "Antidumping Law as Means of Facilitating Cartelization" (1999). GW Law Faculty Publications & Other Works. 852.