Wto Court Takes Up China’S Challenge Of Anti-dumping Duties

The World Trade Organization has agreed to review a complaint filed by the Chinese government last February that challenges the fairness of the anti-dumping duty of 16.5 percent extended by the European Union last December for 15 months on non-athletic leather shoes imported from China. The Dispute Settlement Body of ...

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