United States on the U.S. Tariff Act Amendments Act of WTO Dispute hold consultations

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Nov. 5, according to the WTO dispute settlement rules, China and the United States on my v. United States Tariff Act Amendment Act (ie GPX Act) held consultations in Geneva, exchanged views on the issues involved. Next, the Chinese side will be based on the results of consultations whether to continue the case to advance to the Group Stage. September 17, 2012, China the United States in violation of WTO rules GPX bill wrong practices presented with the United States under the WTO dispute settlement mechanism to negotiate officially launched the WTO dispute settlement procedures.

United States on the U.S. Tariff Act Amendments Act of WTO Dispute hold consultations

Nov. 5, according to the WTO dispute settlement rules, China and the United States on my v. United States Tariff Act Amendment Act (ie GPX Act) held consultations in Geneva, exchanged views on the issues involved. Next, the Chinese side will be based on the results of consultations whether to continue the case to advance to the Group Stage.

September 17, 2012, China the United States in violation of WTO rules GPX bill wrong practices presented with the United States under the WTO dispute settlement mechanism to negotiate officially launched the WTO dispute settlement procedures.

Since 2006, the United States in the absence of domestic legal basis for the case, China has launched more than 30 anti-subsidy investigation. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit decision clearly America has no right to non-market economy countries countervailing investigation, the United States in March 2012 through the "Tariff Act of 1930," Amendment (Case No. HR4105, namely GPX Act), authorized the United States Ministry of Commerce may apply to non-market economy countries countervailing measures, and retroactive to ratify the legality of the previous survey. U.S. Such an approach would put a Chinese enterprise uncertain legal environment, in violation of the WTO transparency and due process and other aspects of the relevant rules.