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Unfair foreign pricing and government subsidies claimed to distort the free flow of goods have far reaching effects on U.S. importers, foreign exporters, and all those enterprises and business which consume goods subject to trade remedy actions.

Dumping occurs when a foreign producer sells a product in the United States at a price that is below that producer’s sales price in the country of origin or at a price that is lower than the cost of production.
Countervailable subsidization occurs when foreign governments subsidize industries when they provide financial assistance to benefit the production, manufacture, or exportation of goods.