Anti-WTO, says China

June 2005
Colourage;Jun2005, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p140
Trade Publication
The article reports that China has opposed a decision by the U.S. to restrict booming imports of Chinese pants, shirts and underwear, claiming that the move is contrary to World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements. Chong Quan, the Chinese Commerce Ministry spokesman, has revealed that China has reserved the right to adopt measures within the WTO framework.


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