In economics, “dumping” can refer to any kind of predatory pricing. However, the word is now generally used only in the context of international trade law, where dumping is defined as the act of a manufacturer in one country exporting a product to another country at a price which is either below the price it charges in its home market or if it can be proven that there has been a substantial increase of a specific good; Dumping large surpluses into a market will substantially lower the market price as will introducing lower than market priced goods. The term has a negative connotation as advocates of free markets see “dumping” as a form of protectionism.
Kalau saya terjemahkan kalimat kedua, dumping di definiskan sebagai suatu aksi dimana sebuah produsen memberikan harga produk export lebih murah di negara tujuan dibanding negara asal.
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