Yongjing Jin is a senior economist with Georgetown Economic Services (GES), where she provides economic counsel to domestic producers in connection with international trade litigations and other advocate pleadings before government agencies, with a particular emphasis on international trade matters before the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Prior to joining GES, Yongjing served as a field economist with the Internal Revenue Service, specializing in transfer pricing issues under Section 482 Treasury Regulations. In this role, Yongjing worked on numerous cases involving transfer of tangible and intangible properties between controlled entities at the examination level as well as before the Appeals Office and Competent Authority. The industries she worked on included pharmaceutical, electronic, aerospace, transportation, financial services, consumer goods and large retailers.
Prior to her employment with the federal government, Yongjing was an economist with GES for 17 years. Yongjing performed qualitative and quantitative analysis of cost and sales data provided by the respondents in antidumping investigations and administrative reviews. Yongjing also performed analysis of Department of Commerce’s SAS programs for margin calculations.
Before coming to the United States, Yongjing was a college instructor in Shanghai, China. She is proficient in Chinese. Yongjing writes a weekly column for a Chinese newspaper circulating in the Washington metropolitan area. Her first book, a collection of her articles entitled “Out of Cultural Cave,” was published by East China Normal University Press in September 2013.
Yongjing Jin is not licensed to practice law.