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WTO arbitrator to determine U.S. retaliation in Chinese ag subsidy case

July 29, 2020
China on Wednesday objected to a U.S. request to retaliate against Beijing in a World Trade Organization dispute over China’s agricultural domestic support. The amount will be determined by an arbitrator. The U.S. earlier this month requested $1.3 billion in retaliation, which likely will come in the form of tariffs on Chinese goods. Because China objected to the request, the matter will be referred to arbitration, which will determine the amount of retaliation the U.S. will receive. China was faulted...


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