An undertaking by an exporter to increase its export price (by not more than the amount of the dumping margin) to avoid the imposition of antidumping duties.  Prices can be negotiated for this purpose, but only after a preliminary determination that dumped imports are causing injury.  
Example: An antidumping case involving “Flat-Rolled Products of Grain Oriented Silicon-Electrical Steel” resulted in the manufacturer undertaking to raise its export price.