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U.S., China again push back compliance timeline in ag TRQ case

November 17, 2020
The U.S. and China this week extended to Dec. 31 the deadline for China to bring its agricultural tariff-rate quotas into World Trade Organization compliance after a successful U.S. challenge. This marks the fifth extension request from the two countries, pushing China’s required compliance timeline back a year in total. The previous deadline was Nov. 9. According to a WTO communication made public on Tuesday, the two countries agreed to extend the timeline for compliance to “allow the United States...

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