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China calls Commerce NME review meaningless; U.S. stakeholders blast Beijing

May 11, 2017 at 1:20 PM
The Chinese government has essentially boycotted the Commerce Department's review of Beijing's non-market economy status, stating in comments that it will not respond to the department's inquiry because it believes the U.S. statute governing the determination of China's market economy status is overridden by U.S. obligations at the World Trade Organization. “Under the WTO Agreements, it is irrelevant whether the Department considers that China is a 'non-market economy' under the criteria set forth in §771(18) of the Tariff Act of...

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