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World Trade Review
AbstractThis paper reviews the WTO Appellate Body Reports onUnited States–Zeroing (EC) (Article 21.5 DSU – EC) (WT/DS294/AB/RW, 14 May 2009) andUnited States–Zeroing (Japan) (Article 21.5 DSU – Japan) (WT/DS322/AB/RW, 18 August 2009). The Appellate Body found that the United States had not brought its anti-dumping measures into compliance with the WTO Anti-Dumping Agreement as it continued to use zeroing in annual reviews of anti-dumping orders. We argue that this conclusion – based on adoi:10.1017/s1474745610000467 fatcat:gwbm2cxpuzg2xmfkvwc5u7swp4