Anya Naschak

Trade Analyst

Naschak, Anya

Anya Naschak has been a senior trade advisor with the International Trade practice group for more than a decade. She concentrates on antidumping investigations and reviews before the U.S. Department of Commerce, representing foreign enterprises in their defense of U.S. trade remedy cases.

Ms. Naschak has more than ten years’ experience working with and leading teams of professionals including programmers, analysts, company officials, and local counsel to co-ordinate responses to U.S. Department of Commerce questionnaires. She provides qualitative and quantitative analysis of pricing and cost data for foreign enterprises, calculates dumping margins, and determines the most beneficial reporting methodologies. She also advises on surrogate value and differential pricing issues to minimize margins before the U.S. Department of Commerce and is proficient in SAS and SQL for SAS programming languages.

Prior to joining Curtis, Ms. Naschak spent more than five years as a Senior International Trade Analyst at the U.S. Department of Commerce (International Trade Administration, Import Administration). As case analyst and team leader, she was responsible for handling numerous antidumping duty investigations, reviews, and remands, and developed expertise in SAS programming language and the training of junior analysts. She was also one of the co-authors of the first internal manual for analyzing, “Separate Rate Applications.”

Education

Carleton College, B.A., Major in International Relations, Minor in Political Economy

University of International Business & Economics, Beijing, semester abroad

Awards

U.S. Department of Commerce Performance Awards: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005

U.S. Department of Commerce Team Bronze Medal Award: 2006

Anya Naschak has been a senior trade advisor with the International Trade practice group for more than a decade. She concentrates on antidumping investigations and reviews before the U.S. Department of Commerce, representing foreign enterprises in their defense of U.S. trade remedy cases.