Indian Journal of International Law

, Volume 57, Issue 1–2, pp 147–162 | Cite as

Anti-dumping practice in India: due process, confidentiality and the WTO standards

  • Adarsh Ramanujan


The trade remedy laws of India, as a Member to the World Trade Organisation, are governed by provisions of the relevant Agreements, including the Agreement on Implementation of Article VI of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994, commonly referred to as the AD Agreement. India deserves special mention as the highest user of trade remedy laws in the world. One would imagine that such a rich history of anti-dumping investigations would have resulted in highly sophisticated jurisprudence in India and by now, India should have added to the jurisprudence and understanding of the AD Agreement. Reality disagrees and this article explores recent, but interesting, developments highlighting progress and regress of Indian anti-dumping law and practice.


Anti-dumping Confidentiality Due process Dumping Natural justice Trade remedies WTO 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Law Chambers of Adarsh RamanujanNew DelhiIndia

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