Earlier this year, the EU requested consultations with China at the WTO on two separate matters, related to allegations about China's trade restrictions imposed on Lithuania and about restrictions on EU companies going to a foreign court to protect and use their patents. Today, the EU announced that consultations had failed to resolve these matters, and it would request the establishment of WTO panels to hear these complaints.
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