WTO establishes two panels for duty, subsidy complaints

Oct 24, 2012 | 04:27 PM | Catherine Ngai

Tags  WTO, World Trade Organization, European Union, duties, China Ministry of Commerce, subsidy, Boeing, Airbus auto

NEW YORK — The World Trade Organization (WTO) established two panels on Tuesday to investigate complaints by the United States concerning Chinese duties on automobiles and by the European Union, which is disputing U.S. compliance on subsidies to the aircraft sector.

At the WTO hearing Tuesday, the Dispute Settlement Body established a panel to study allegations by the United States that China’s dumping and subsidy determinations in the auto investigation appear to involve "profound procedural and substantive deficiencies," and that China "appears to have breached....

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