• ADSC among 40 exhibitors at Agrofest 2016

    MORE than 40 exhibitors are expected to participate in Agro Fest 2016, the 20th staging of rural St Andrew’s major annual agricultural show at Jamaica College (JC) this Saturday. The show which, according to Jamaica Agricultural Society (JAS) President Norman Grant, “may not be Jamaica’s largest attended, but is certainly one of Jamaica’s greatest agricultural […]

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  • Industry Outreach 2015

    The Anti-dumping and Subsidies Commission (The “Commission”) is marking fifteen years of engaging with industry, the productive sector and their advisors in Jamaica.   The Commission helps guard the interests of manufacturers and producers in Jamaica  by giving them the skill sets needed to chart an aggressive course for industry in Jamaica to thrive in the […]

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  • News Release

    Anti-dumping & Subsidies Commission to Train Producers and Advisers The Anti-Dumping & Subsidies Commission (ADSC) will host a two-day training seminar targeting commercial interests, early in March 2015. Manufacturers, farmers, business owners, importers and exporters as well as their advisers such as attorneys, accountants and economists will benefit from attending this seminar packaged especially for […]

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  • About Us

    THE ANTI-DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES COMMISSION A Portfolio Agency of the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries (MICAF) The Anti-Dumping and Subsidies Commission was set up to help the Jamaican Economy survive some of the challenges of globalisation. The Commission’s expertise allows it to perform equitably and apply measures that benefit the economy in international […]

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  • Benefits of the Commission

      The core mandate of the Anti-dumping and Subsidies Commission is to: Foster equitable and fair competition in the domestic Jamaican market; allow  time for businesses to increase competitiveness, both in the domestic market and abroad; sustain viability of Jamaican industries and maintain jobs. The Commission is poised to become a regional Centre of Excellence, […]

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  • Public Education

    The Anti-dumping and Subsidies Commission (ADSC) conducts public education drives focusing on industry players in the manufacturing sector in particular but other stakeholders in general with the ultimate aim of facilitating a better understanding of trade remedies and greater access to trade remedies where there are instances of unfair trade practices. The increasingly complex commercial landscape requires […]

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  • Internal Training

    The Anti-dumping and Subsidies Commission (ADSC) continuously trains staff to keep them on the cutting edge of knowledge in trade issues in general and trade remedies in particular.  The photo is an example of an internal training session where the Senior Economist was training staff members of ADSC in “The Use of WTO Trade Policy […]

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