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U.S., China extend ag TRQ case compliance for a sixth time

January 12, 2021 at 4:38 PM
The U.S. and China have extended to March 31 the “reasonable period of time” for China to bring its agricultural tariff-rate quotas into compliance with a World Trade Organization ruling. The two countries agreed on Tuesday to extend the compliance period for the sixth time. China has now had more than a year of extra time. The previous extension expired on Dec. 31. “This extension will allow the United States additional time to evaluate China's compliance measures,” the WTO communication...

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