Dumping jako narzędzie przedsiębiorstwa w walce o rynek
Dumping as a Pricing Strategy of Business Firms in Market Competition
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For many companies dumping is a permanent feature of their export strategies. It is a part of a pricing strategy that is driven by market structures, business cycles or the characteristics of the products that are produced. Most forms of dumping have a clear strategic dimension. Of these deliberate strategies, only one is potentially detrimental to the welfare of the country importing the dumped product: predation. However, in practice it is underselling that importing-competing firms consider unfair, which reflects their inability or unwillingness to met the price set by a foreign competitor. Why do companies dump if they can be accused of unfair practices? Which practices should be subject to self-restraint if an export company is to maximaze the risk of anti-dumping accusations in export markets? This article presents a brief summary of the basic issues involved and relates them to companies concerns in export operations.
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