America file a complaint against China at the World Trade Organization (WTO)

America file a complaint against China at the World Trade Organization (WTO)

09/17/2012

Confirmed the Foreign Trade Department said the United States made in the World Trade Organization (WTO) protest against the practices of China accused of encouraging the export of cars illegally. The ministry said in a statement that China “apparently made for export assistance (carmakers have) are prohibited under WTO rules because it distorts trade,” International, confirming an announcement former White House official. This was official announced Sunday that U.S. President Barack Obama will unveil on Monday a new action against China while accusing his Republican opponent in the race to the White House, Mitt Romney of being too lenient with Beijing. In its statement, made clear, the U.S. Commerce Department said the United States made a “request for consultations” with the Chinese government in front of the World Trade Organization, which is the first stage in the dispute settlement procedure. And targeting the United States, especially a program implemented by the Chinese authorities to support the “export centers” in the country. According to Washington, the billion dollars at least in illegal aid paid under this program between 2009 and 2011. The Special Representative of the Foreign Trade Ron Rick according to a statement, “We demand the application of the same rules applicable to everyone so Snaaeona can crowd out” their Chinese rivals. The United States has finally several proceedings before the World Trade Organization (WTO) against China, especially over payment under the credit cards and export minerals known as “rare earths.” For its part, China Monday filed a complaint against “compensatory measures and anti-dumping” by the United States and targeting a large number of these products exported to this country, as the World Trade Organization announced. And between these paper products, steel, tires and magnets and chemical products and kitchen equipment, etc., according to the World Trade Organization. This complaint related to “request for consultations” comes on the same day with a similar request made by the United States against China accused of encouraging the export of cars illegally. / End 1
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