Cordell Hull


  • Cordell Hull, U.S. Secretary of State, 1933-1944; Nobel Peace Prize winner, ardent free trader

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    Peter Gallagher

    Thanks for this pointer, Ben. Campbells' article is a nice piece of well-informed journalism on anti-dumping. It's hard to find stuff like this that is up-to-date and accessible. I only wish that Campbell had pointed out that _every firm_ 'dumps'. It's not something that foreigners do; it's not necessarily anti-competitive. I'm willing to bet that all of the North Carolinian firms he mentions have sold product at prices that barely covered fixed costs (i.e. below 'normal value').

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