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This booklet presents an cutting edge account of ways the globalization of construction and the emergence of world worth chains affects on alternate personal tastes, foyer concepts and the political impact of ecu enterprises. It sheds new gentle at the complicated EU-China exchange family.
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The investigation focuses on the following questions: (a) Does dumping take place? (b) Do import-competing ﬁrms suffer ‘material injury’? If so, (c) is dumping the cause of this injury? 4 Based on the answers to 24 Business Lobbying and Trade Governance these questions, the Commission will decide whether or not to impose provisional anti-dumping duties. One month before the expiry of these provisional duties, the Commission has to send a proposal for deﬁnitive measures (or for terminating the case) to the Council of Ministers.
As Destler and Odell (1987: 71) put it: “The greater a group’s standing organizational capacity for political action on all issues, the greater the opposition that is likely to appear in a [speciﬁc] trade . . e. the outcome of collective political action) to its members for two reasons. , 1996; Hansen, 1990). Second, the probability of a successful lobbying campaign is higher when ﬁrms have a standing organization at their disposal than in the case where ﬁrms have to do without such an organization.
This is not to say, however, that both types of ﬁrms will always mobilize politically, as there is the alternative route of adjusting to the changed market conditions. This choice between political mobilization and adjustment is the dependent variable of this study. So, when exactly are both type of ﬁrms confronted with this choice? In general terms one could say: when confronted with potential losses. e. a lucrative market opportunity) was ﬁrst observed by Raymond Vernon (1966: 200). Vernon puts it as follows: “any threat to the established position of an enterprise is a powerful galvanizing force to action; in fact .