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This 7 page paper considers what the Malaysian company KTSB might do about the threat from U.S. companies to have them subjected to antidumping regulations. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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"protectionism," wherein one nation protects its manufacturers from foreign competition by taking measures to regulate prices on imported goods. Those protections most usually take the form of tariffs; here,
they come in the form of antidumping laws. In this case, American specialty tubing manufacturers want antidumping regulations passed against a Malaysian firm, Kanzen Tetsu Sdn. Bhd. (KTSB),
which they believe is "dumping" stainless steel tubing into the American market. (Dumping is selling the product for less in a foreign market than in the domestic market.)
The American manufacturers feel that KTSBs actions will drive many U.S. companies out of business. Kanzen Tetsu, for its part, has enjoyed great success for several reasons, including the
fact that it is not currently subject to U.S. antidumping laws; that it has been able to take advantage of the situation in countries like Japan where the recession led
to excess production capacity for stainless steel; that it has a reputation for delivering high quality products on time; and its costs are low. Reading the case study, however,
doesnt seem to support the charge of dumping, because nowhere does it indicate that KTSB is deliberately lowering its prices to undercut American manufacturers. In fact, the American market
represents 80% of KTSBs business, and the company cant afford to lose it. KTSB is only three years old and depends on its American consumers for continued growth and
expansion. Potential Solution to the Issues The first thing KTSB should do is to see if the U.S. can prove that theyve been dumping the stainless steel into that
market. Although the huge increase in imports from Malaysia makes it seem as though they may have done so, closer reading doesnt seem to bear that out. First,