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Last week, China submitted a WTO communication entitled "Position Paper of China Regarding Japan's Discharge of Nuclear-Contaminated Water into the Ocean."
Last week, China notified the WTO of its emergency restrictions on Japanese aquatic products based on Japan's discharge of treated radioactive water, and Japan has now raised objections at the WTO.
As Japan started discharging its treated radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean today, China’s General Administration of Customs (GACC) announced that it is banning all imports of aquatic products from Japan.
After Japan announced today that it will start discharging wastewater from the Fukushima power plant this Thursday, the Hong Kong and Macao governments quickly responded with decisions to suspend imports from some Japanese prefectures.
In a ruling circulated today, a WTO panel has found that China's anti-dumping measures on stainless steel products from Japan violate a number of obligations in the WTO's Anti-dumping (AD) Agreement.