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U.S. and Hong Kong/China Continue to Spar on WTO Origin Marking Dispute
At the WTO's DSB meeting last Friday, the U.S., Hong Kong, and China all offered comments on issues underlying the recent WTO panel report that found U.S. origin marking requirements related to products from Hong Kong to be in violation of WTO rules.
Panel Composed in EU's WTO Complaint against Chinese Trade Restrictions on Lithuania
A WTO panel has been composed to hear the EU's complaint that various Chinese trade restrictions imposed on Lithuania are in violation of WTO rules.
China and Japan Agree To Use MPIA for WTO Anti-Dumping Dispute
Today the WTO published a notification from Japan and China that they had agreed to use the Multi-Party Interim Appeal Arbitration Arrangement (MPIA) in the event of any appeal in the China - Anti-Dumping Measures on Stainless Steel Products from Japan (DS601) dispute, which is currently pending before a WTO
Australia, China Move Towards Settlement of Barley AD/CVD Dispute
The Chinese government has agreed to an expedited review of the anti-dumping/countervailing duties it has been imposing on Australian barley, leading to a suspension of the WTO dispute on these duties.
U.S. and Hong Kong/China Spar over Origin Marking Panel Report at WTO
At the WTO's DSB meeting last Friday, the United States, Hong Kong, and China all offered comments on the recent WTO panel report finding U.S. origin marking requirements related to products from Hong Kong to be in violation of WTO rules.
WTO Panel Composed in EU Complaint about Chinese Anti-Suit Injunctions
The WTO announced today that a panel had been composed to hear an EU complaint related to China's enforcement of intellectual property rights.
China Files Revised WTO Consultations Request in Semiconductor Dispute, Switches to Bilateral Consultations
Last week, China filed a revised version of its WTO consultations request in the dispute over U.S. semiconductor restrictions, switching from "multilateral" consultations that other governments can join to "bilateral" consultations that they cannot.