Economists have long criticized anti-dumping and countervailing duty processes. Analysis of current AD and CVD processes indicates shortcomings compared to a system of dispute resolution. Potential changes to current practices should first consider which of many possible goals the changes are trying to achieve. Both tweaking the current system and introduction of new processes are explored. It is proposed that consultations and good offices, such as used in the dispute resolution system of the World Trade Organization, should be considered.