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Dismissing Disagreement (7) Bryan T. Johnson & Robert P. O’Quinn

| Mar 11, 2022

“There is no rational economic case for the claim that selling at below cost is an unfair practice; in a free market, prices are determined by what consumers are willing to pay for a product, not by what producers spent on making a product. Proponents contend that anti-dumping law protects American consumers from the ‘predatory’ tactics of foreign firms.”

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Wells King is the research director at American Compass.


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