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2008 | 221 |
Article title

Ekonomiczne skutki dumpingu

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Title variants
PL
Economic Effects of Dumping
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Abstracts
EN
Dumping is a part of a pricing strategy that is driven by market structures, business cycles or the characteristics of products that are manufactured. It is rarely an anti-competitive practice because most forms of dumping have a clear strategic dimmension and are generally common and beneficial, not only to consumers or an exporting company but also to any economy where domestic price systems are distorted. However, in practice it is underselling that importing-competing firms consider unfair, which reflects their inability or unwillingness to meet the price set by a foreign competitor. Does dumping have any adverse effects? What are the main economic outcomes of this kind of competition? Can dumping be beneficial to the economy of any importing country? The aim of this article is an attempt to answer these questions and present a brief summary of the economic effects of dumping regarding an importing and exporting country economy.
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Volume
221
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published
2008
References
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Publication order reference
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URI
http://hdl.handle.net/11089/7588
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.hdl_11089_7588
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