U.S. says the ‘reckoning’ over China trade is too big for WTO


GENEVA (Reuters) – A “reckoning” over China’s unfair trade policies is urgent and is too big for the World Trade Organization to handle, U.S. ambassador Dennis Shea told a WTO meeting on Wednesday.

Washington has raised the stakes in its trade dispute with Beijing, threatening 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods. In response, Beijing accused the United States on Wednesday of bullying and said it would complain to the WTO.

However, Shea said the Geneva-based WTO was not the place to settle the row.

“Given China’s very large and growing role in international trade,…



Read More Here

Be the first to comment on "U.S. says the ‘reckoning’ over China trade is too big for WTO"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


*