Restrictions on Waste Imports

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Chinese Restrictions on Waste Imports Discussed by Multiple WTO Members in Council for Trade in Goods Meeting

The United States continues to press China on its restrictions on waste imports, as it has done in various WTO committees over the years. At the March 31 and April 1, 2021 meeting of the Council for Trade in Goods, for which minutes have just recently been circulated by the

China and U.S. Continue Discussion of Waste Import Ban in WTO Import Licensing Committee

In recent years, the United States has raised many fundamental issues related to China's participation in the WTO, but one smaller issue that has flown under the radar is China's import ban on solid waste, which continues to be a point of contention between the two countries. The main aspects

WTO Import Licensing Committee Discussion of China's Implementation of Import Ban on Solid Waste

Along the same lines as the questions recently asked by the United States in the WTO Committee on Customs Valuation, the United States raised issues related to China’s import ban on solid waste during a recent meeting of the Committee on Import Licensing. The minutes of the October 9,

WTO Committee Discussion of Chinese Restrictions on Waste Imports

In the WTO’s Committee on Customs Valuation, the U.S. recently asked China about certain restrictions on imports of waste materials. The U.S. questions/comments and Chinese response (WTO Document G/VAL/W/369, 9 December 2020) were as follows. U.S. questions/comments: 1. The United States
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