This Course is Designed For:

 Anti-dumping officials;
 Audit Commission Members;
 Commercial Farmers;
 Contract Managers;
 Corporate Executives;
 Department of Commercial Officials;
 Economists;
 Exporters generally;
 General Trade Officials;
 Importers who which to challenge dumping charges levied against them;
 Importers, generally;
 Industrial Advisors;
 Industrialists;
 International Trade Organisations;
 Management Accountants;
 Managers;
 Manufacturers who are desirous of filing dumping claims against exporters;
 Members of governments whose responsibility it is to investigate and report on suspected dumping activities;
 National Development Bank Officials;
 National Trade Organisations;
 Officials of Rural Development Agencies;
 Policymakers responsible for drafting national anti-dumping legislation;
 Presidents and Vice-Presidents of Industries;
 Senior Officers of Department of Trade;
 Trade Ministers and Undersecretaries;
 Vice-Presidents of manufacturing companies;
 All others desirous of gaining expertise in legal issues relating to dumping, anti-dumping, subsidies, countervailing actions, antidumping investigation and reporting, sunset review, anti-dumping case management.

Duration: 6 Days

Course Objectives

By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:
 Determine the importance of international trade in the global economy;
 Specify the role of international trade in economic development, sustainability and growth;
 Establish the link between openness and productivity;
 Be knowledgeable of the provisions of The World Trade Agreement (WTA) 1994;
 Know how the World Trade Organization (WTO) was established;
 Determine the scope of the WTO;
 Enumerate the functions of the WTO;
 Understand the structure of the WTO;
 Ascertain the relationship of WTO with other organisations;
 Determine the compositions of the WTO Secretariat and its functions;
 Talk about budget and contributions;
 Be updated with the status of the WTO;
 Know how decision-making process is conducted;
 Be aware of the latest amendments in WTO;
 Name who are considered as the original members of WTO;
 Describe the rules on accession;
 Discuss about the non-application of multilateral trade agreements between particular members;
 Know the rules on acceptance, entry into force and deposit;
 Cite the rules applicable to Withdrawal of membership in WTO;
 Be familiar with the miscellaneous provisions of WTO;
 Relate the establishment of the Uruguay Round Protocol GATT 1994;
 Understand the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT);
 Establish the relationship of GATT to environmental policy;
 Determine the provisions of WTO on: Agriculture; Sanitary and Photo sanitary Measures; Textiles and Clothing; Technical Barriers to Trade; Trade-Related Investment; Pre-shipment Inspection; Rules of Origin; Import Licensing Procedures; Subsidies and Countervailing Measures; Government Procurement.
 Define dumping;
 Enumerate the effects of dumping on the economy of host countries;
 Name the effects of dumping on the economy of domestic countries;
 List the effects of dumping on the economy of transhipment countries;
 Study some anti-dumping case in selected countries;
 View the Europe and World Trade Directorate;
 Determine the result of the European Commission’s Investigation of Allegations of Injury To The EU Steel Industry, Caused By Subsidised Imports From India And Korea;
 Know the UK’s stance on anti-dumping;
 Learn about The UK trade and investment white paper;
 Analyse the analytical support for the trade and investment white paper;
 Know The UK’s response to the EU Commission’s concern on anti-subsidy;
 Know the concept of the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS);
 Identify The aim of the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS);
 Establish the interrelated nature of General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) and WTO;
 Be informed about the Cancun WTO Ministerial Declaration;
 Find out how General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) is viewed by the European Commission;
 Determine the benefits of General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) to businesses;
 Enumerate the main points of critique of General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS);
 Know whether the developing countries are marginalized by General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS)?;
 Establish the link between General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) and National Security;
 Devise an effective remedy, within the WTO guidelines, based on the premise that injury has occurred within a specified industry;
 Effectively record data relevant to the countervailing measures that might be evidenced in the case for a Sunset Review;
 Establish the WTO requirement for suspension of the countervailing measures;
 Determine the situations under which a Sunset Review is permitted under the ADA;
 Devise a communication mechanism that will effectively inform Industrialists and other relevant parties, the aspects of the ADA and their role in the suspension of the countervailing measures and the establishment of a sunset review;
 Use case examples to build a scenario within which to conduct a sunset review;
 Conduct a sunset review;
 Use data from a sunset review to determine whether there are grounds for the continuance or suspension of the countervailing measures;
 Look beyond the sunset review and countervailing measure suspension to the formulation of government policy and strategy that will discourage dumping, within the ADA.

We offer very attractive discount for groups of 3 and more people, from the same organisation, taking the same course. This discount is between ten percent (10%) and thirty three percent (33%), depending on the group size. Even with these discounts, we can also deliver courses for groups in the country of your choice.

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