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At yesterday's meeting of the WTO Committee on Market Access, Japan raised the issue of restrictions on imports of aquatic products imposed by China, Hong Kong, and Macao in response to Japan's recent discharge of Advanced Liquid Processing System (ALPS)-treated water into the sea, following the nuclear accident in
In response to a report to the WTO from a group of least developed countries (LDCs) on the utilization of the trade preferences offered by China, China submitted a study of its own with statistics on this issue.
The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) has canceled a public hearing on China's compliance with WTO commitments, but 20 comments from various organizations have now been submitted, and these will be taken into account as USTR prepares its annual report to Congress.
Last week, China submitted a WTO communication entitled "Position Paper of China Regarding Japan's Discharge of Nuclear-Contaminated Water into the Ocean."
As CTM reported in early May, at the May 2 meeting of the WTO's Committee on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures, a number of issues were raised by other WTO Members about China's subsidy policies; and China brought up concerns with certain U.S. measures, including the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA)
Pursuant to Article 16.4 of the WTO Anti-Dumping Agreement, China recently provided its semi-annual report of its anti-dumping actions, covering the period January 1 – June 30, 2023.