To what extent are trade remedies effective in protecting domestic production and employment? How regionally specific is this relationship?

Background

Trade remedies and trade dispute settlements are important safeguarding mechanisms where there are perceived abuses in the enforcement of the global rules-based system. Evidence should inform investigating authorities by focusing on what historical cases tell us about the effectiveness of these procedures.

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