The Anti-Dumping Duty is a type of duty or tariff that countries impose on certain
foreign imported goods that are assessed to be priced below the fair market value.
This is done to reduce the impact of dumping, which is when foreign
manufacturers of products sell these items at a lower cost than the market value.
Anti-dumping duties can range anywhere from 0% to 550% of the commercial
invoice value.
Anti-dumping duties are imposed based on the country of origin and the types of
products that are being imported.