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U.S. tells China it will not participate in trade remedy rules negotiations at the WTO

May 31, 2017 at 5:39 PM
The U.S. has rejected a Chinese proposal to amend the World Trade Organization's trade remedy rules, saying at a May 31 informal meeting of the WTO's Rules committee that it would not participate in negotiations to change them, according to Geneva sources. The U.S. said there was “no basis” for the negotiations based on its belief that the Doha round mandate has expired, sources said. Negotiating antidumping rules are incorporated in the Doha mandate. At the meeting, the U.S. noted...

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