countervailing

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present participle of countervail
compensating for
A countervailing force, power, or opinion is one which is of equal strength to another one but is its opposite or opposes it. Their strategy is expansionist and imperialist, and it is greatest in effect, of course, when there is no countervailing power. with an equally strong but opposite effect (contrevaloir, from contre- ( COUNTER-) + valoir )
acting against with equal force or influence
acting against with equal force or influence compensating for
{s} opposing, serving to contradict; counteracting, serving to offset
countervailing duties
plural form of countervailing duty
countervailing duty
A duty or surtax levied on an imported article to offset an excise or inland revenue tax placed upon articles of the same class manufactured domestically
countervailing duty
A duty levied on an imported article to offset the unfair price advantage it holds due to a subsidy paid to producers or exporters by the government of the exporting country if such imports cause or threaten injury to a domestic industry
countervailing duty
An import tax imposed on certain goods in order to prevent dumping or counter export subsidies
countervailing duty
Extra payment imposed by a government on imported goods in order to protect local businesses
countervailing duty
An additional levy imposed on imported goods to offset subsidies provided to producers or exporters by the government of the exporting country A wide range of practices are recognized as constituting subsidies that may be offset Countervailing duties are permitted under Article VI (see appendix Ill) of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) Under U S law, however, countervailing duties can only be imposed after the U S International Trade Commission has determined that the imports are causing or threatening to cause material injury to a U S industry
countervailing duty
A duty unilaterally imposed by the United States against specific products from certain countries in order to offset improper subsidies provided by the government of that country It is imposed at the end of a countervailing duty investigation A CVD investigation is a complex investigation conducted by two U S agencies , the International Trade Administration and the International Trade Commission
countervailing duty
An additional levy imposed on imported goods to offset subsidies provided to producers or exporters by the government of the exporting country, permitted under Article VI of the GATT
countervailing duty
An extra duty imposed on imports to offset export grants, bounties, or subsidies paid to foreign suppliers by their government as an incentive to export
countervailing duty
An extra charge that a country places on imported goods to counter the subsidies or bounties granted to the exporters of the goods by their home governments The duty is allowed by the Code on Subsidies and Countervailing Duties negotiated at the Tokyo Round, if the importing country can prove that the subsidy would cause injury to domestic industry U S countervailing duties can only be imposed after the International Trade Commission has determined that the imports are causing or threatening to cause material injury to a U S industry
countervailing duty
a tariff applied to offset the impacts of unfair subsidization of imports
countervailing duty
A duty over and above normal duties, imposed by the Secretary of the Treasury to counteract the economic advantage afforded the foreign supplier (from export grants, bounties or subsidies paid in certain countries by their government for export promotion)
countervailing duty
An additional duty imposed to counter unfairly subsidized products paid to foreign suppliers in certain countries, by the goverment of that country for the purpose of promoting export
countervailing duty
An import duty charged to offset an export subsidy by another country
countervailing duty
A duty imposed to counter unfairly subsidized products
countervailing duty
A duty unilaterally imposed by A Government against specific products from certain countries in order to offset improper subsidies provided by the government of that country It is imposed at the end of a countervailing duty investigation
countervailing duty
A duty imposed to remedy injury caused by subsidies
countervailing duty
An additional amount of tariff levied on an import that is found to have benefited from an export subsidy
countervailing duty
a duty imposed to offset subsidies by foreign governments
countervail
To have the same value as
countervail
To counteract, counterbalance or neutralize
countervail
To compensate for

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countervail
to offset
countervail
{v} to have equal power, to requite
countervail
compensate for or counterbalance; "offset deposits and withdrawals"
countervail
To act against with equal force, power, or effect; to thwart or overcome by such action; to furnish an equivalent to or for; to counterbalance; to compensate
countervail
{f} act against; offset
countervail
Power or value sufficient to obviate any effect; equal weight, strength, or value; equivalent; compensation; requital
countervail
oppose and mitigate the effects of by contrary actions; "This will counteract the foolish actions of my colleagues"
countervail
To counteract, counterbalance or neutralize something
countervail
To compensate for something
countervailing

    Turkish pronunciation

    kauntırveylîng

    Pronunciation

    /ˈkountərˌvāləɴɢ/ /ˈkaʊntɜrˌveɪlɪŋ/

    Etymology

    [ "kaun-t&r-'vA(&)l ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English countrevailen, from Middle French contrevaloir, from contre- counter- + valoir to be worth, from Latin valEre; more at WIELD.

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