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EU Anti-Dumping Measures Against Russian Exporters

In View of Russian Accession to the WTO and the EU Enlargement 2004

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Olesia Engelbutzeder

The objective of this study is to analyse the EU anti-dumping policy towards Russia and its impact on the bilateral trade relations. The study is divided into four Parts. Part 1 is dedicated to general legal analysis of trade relations between the European Union and Russia with emphasis on EU anti-dumping law. Part 2 provides detailed analysis of the EU anti-dumping rules and practice applicable to Russia, including the case study. In Part 3 the author examines the essence of the historic amendments to the EU anti-dumping legislation of 8 th November 2002, which granted Russia a market economy status. Finally, Part 4 gives an overview of the future prospects in view of the EU enlargement in 2004 and Russian membership in the World Trade Organisation.
Contents: Russia and the EU – Bilateral trade relations with emphasis on EU anti-dumping measures against Russia – EU anti-dumping law and practice against Russian exporters – Russia’s status as a market economy country granted by the EU in 2002 – Perspectives.