dumping : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n selling goods abroad at a price below that charged in the domestic market
- v throw away as refuse
No dumping in these woods!
- v sever all ties with, usually unceremoniously or irresponsibly
- v sell at artificially low prices
- v drop (stuff) in a heap or mass
- v fall abruptly
- v knock down with force
- Charges of kickbacks and cover-ups in Japanese TV imports "The Executive Branch has neither the will nor the means to enforce the antidumping laws.
- Dumping is a topic that only an international trade lawyer could love.
- The dirtiest word in the world's coldly competitive steel business is "dumping"-the calculated practice of selling for less abroad than at home.
News & Articles
- Police: Illegal dumping tip led to DEP dig in North Londonderry
A tip about possible illegal dumping near the former Bad Boys Toy store and Route 422 Auto Sales led the state Department of Environmental Protection to conduct a dig this week, North Londonderry Township Police Chief Kevin Snyder said.
June 22, 2013 - Lebanon Daily News
- CLE residents track down dumping suspect
David Reuse helped to catch an illegal dumping suspect by using his smartphone to take pictures and contacted Cleveland police.
June 22, 2013 - News Channel 5 Cleveland
- New Self Dumping Hoppers Now Available at A Plus Warehouse
Self Dumping Hoppers have been a popular item at A Plus Warehouse ever since the company started 17 years ago. A Plus Warehouse is very pleased to add the Extra Heavy Duty Self Dumping Hoppers to the collection. (PRWeb June 21, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/Self-Dumping-Hoppers/Extra-Heavy-Duty/prweb10835477.htm
June 21, 2013 - PRWeb
- Matt Lauer in Forbes
When Lauer asks Clooney how much was consumed, he replies: "A lot. ...... I got to the point where I was dumping the shots into, ah, you know, a plant next to me and, um, I don't think ...... I don't think Danny saw me do that."
- Chris Dodd in Newsday
But Dodd, the committee's chairman, said the bailout "would do nothing to help even a single family save a home. It would do nothing to stop even a single CEO from dumping billions of dollars of toxic assets on the backs of taxpayers."
- Christine Milne in Sydney Morning Herald
Calling for the government to take control of finding carbon dumping sites and carrying liability for leaks, let alone asking for tax incentives and accelerated depreciation for Australia's biggest and richest polluters, is simply untenable,...