Anti-Dumping Duty (ADD) measures

View Change History
 

Anti-Dumping Duty (ADD) is an import duty charged in addition to normal customs duty and is applied across the whole European Community. It is designed to allow the EC to take action against goods that are sold at less than their normal value - that being defined as the price for 'like goods' sold in the exporter’s home market.

The Anti-Dumping Duty measures from AD1900 are published on GOV.UK (Opens new window).

You can find earlier ADD measures on the National Archives (Opens new window).

$START-DATA$ title=Anti-Dumping Duty (ADD) measures^ summary=Anti-Dumping Duty is an import duty imposed in addition to normal Customs Duty and applies across the EC. It is not UK revenue as such, but is what is known as a traditional own resource of the European Community.^ doctype=ReferenceDocument^ date=18-Jul-2014^ author=ms014687^ $END-DATA$
content tools
FAQ's

See the Import & Export FAQs if you have any queries.