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Manufacturing group takes aim at WTO, saying it unfairly targets U.S. trade remedy laws

March 2, 2017 at 10:42 AM
The World Trade Organization “disproportionately” targets U.S. trade enforcement laws and should be reformed, the Alliance for American Manufacturing says in a new report backed by a Senate Finance Committee member who has repeatedly expressed concern about the WTO's appellate body. The report says the U.S. has been the target of “58 percent of the WTO's decisions in trade remedy disputes,” and claims the WTO “has ruled against the U.S. over 90 percent of the time.” AAM -- representing U.S...

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