The WTO has established a framework for trade policies which defines under what condition to be taken and on manner to be taken. These conditions are summarized as follow: Non-Discrimination. Consists of two major component, these are most favored nation rules and national treatment policy. These two are embedded in the WTO rules and regulation on goods, services, and intellectual property.
Thus according to this case, Richland must be protected from anti-dumping. According to world trade rules every member must allow each other favorable conditions for trading together. But according to Richland case, Newland has violated the case because of dumping their products without following the rules. Thus Richland must file the case to the relevant authorities and involve their government. With this, the government is capable of pushing the case. The evidence must be provided which has a good base.