Antidumping laws were designed to protect domestic industry from foreign competition. They protect producers at the expense of consumers, which results in higher prices, lower quality products, less consumer choice and a general lowering of the standard of living for the vast majority of people. Antidumping laws also destroy more jobs than they create.
Robert W. McGee,
Case to Repeal the Antidumping Laws, The ,
Nw. J. Int'l L. & Bus.