foreign market value

The price at which merchandise is sold, or offered for sale, in the principal markets of the country from which it is exported.
(U.S.) In U.S. dumping investigations, if information on foreign home market sales is not available, the foreign market value is based on prices of exports to third countries or constructed value. Adjustments for quantities sold, circumstances of sales, and differences in the merchandise can be made to those prices to ensure a proper comparison with the prices of goods exported to the United States. See dumping; constructive value.

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