The Impact on Taiwanese Firms Accused by China – An Economic Analysis of Anti-Dumping Cases

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Relatively speaking, Taiwan has been the target of more anti-dumping complaints per unit of exports than any other country in the world. However, very little empirical research has been done on this subject. Given that China’s ability to exert influence over the “rules” of international trade has increased in recent years, there is an urgent need to consider the possible impact on Taiwan of anti-dumping cases lodged by China. The present study examines 10 anti-dumping cases that have been lodged against Taiwan by China in the past. The empirical results obtained in the study show that the Taiwanese firms accused by China of dumping have not always suffered as a result of these anti-dumping cases; in some cases, the outcome of the case has been to their advantage. On average, these anti-dumping cases have enabled the Taiwanese firms involved to realize an increase of 1.61% in their cumulative abnormal returns (CAR); however, in cases where Taiwanese firms were faced with relatively high anti-dumping duty, CAR fell by an average of 2.05%.

Keywords: anti-dumping, event study approach, China
ISBN 978-986-5795-37-5
Publication:Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research

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