EU, US, Japan push for swift WTO action on China rare earth

Published: Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Trio push for earlier meeting in order to create a panel to oversee complaint

By Keith Nuthall


The US, European Union (EU) and Japan are using emergency procedural tactics to bring forward a World Trade Organisation (WTO) disputes procedure aimed at stopping restrictions on the export of China’s rare earths.


These three key WTO members claim China is breaking WTO...

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