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Does Regional Trade Agreements Decrease Members’ Antidumping Threat:an Analysis of Chinese Experience

ZHANG Yan XIE Jian-guo  
This paper examines empirically the effects of regional trade agree-ments(RTAs) concluded among China and other countries on incidence of anti-dumping(AD) filings by contracting members.Adopting multinational panel data it exploits the fact that RTAs have increased rather than decreased AD appeal ac-tions brought by one member against another,moreover,China was more likely to encounter AD appeals relative to others due to trade and product structural similarities.It also studies whether there is a connection between AD appeals and current account balance as well as real exchange rate and GDP growth,the results show that currency appreciation and trade deficit both increased AD ap-peals.The study can be referred to understanding why China faced so many AD cases.In the end it gives some suggestions.
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