Antidumping and Competition Law: A Critique

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Journal Title: International Journal Of Legal Developments And Allied Issues
Author(s): Aprajita Bhargava
Published On: 23/09/2022
Volume: 8
Issue: 5
First Page: 26
Last Page: 35
ISSN: 2454-1273
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher

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Aprajita Bhargava, Antidumping and Competition Law: A Critique, Volume 8 Issue 5, International Journal Of Legal Developments And Allied Issues, 26-35, Published on 23/09/2022, Available at


Antidumping is barred by the WTO keeping in mind that other business contemporaries will in the spot of bother and great loss can be occurred. The dumping of the goods or electronic goods or any other similar goods in particular can be hazardous in other way, but the main contention is to protect the market and to keep it healthy. Competition law in India has made a great impact on antidumping strategy by barring it and proving that practice as unlawful.

Competition and antidumping laws come from the same family tree but the two diverge widely. This paper shall attempt to discuss area of divergence and convergence between anti-dumping and competition law on a critical note.

This paper deals with the concept of dumping and its purpose and effects against the competition law. In order to simplify the complexity between the Anti dumping law and competition law the present paper focuses on the main parameters of detecting the flaw and highlighting for the better amendment.

Keywords: Antidumping, Competition Law, WTO

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