U.S. Seeks WTO Probe On China's Trade Practices

The U.S. has asked the World Trade Organisation to probe China's allegedly unfair treatment of U.S. steel and electronic payment providers, according toan AFP report in the Straits Times.


U.S. authorities are complaining that China imposes unfair duties on U.S. electrical steel and has not opened up its market in electronic payments.


On the other hand, Beijing claims that U.S. steel had been dumped onto the Chinese market and subsidised.





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