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Hong Kong lashes out at US ‘Made in China’ labelling rule at the World Trade Organization

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Hong Kong has formally denounced at the World Trade Organization (WTO) a Trump administration regulation that goods made in the city for export to the US must be labelled as “Made In China”.The “formal intervention” was made during a session on Tuesday of the WTO’s General Council, the Geneva institution’s highest-level decision-making body.It comes after the Hong Kong government made an official written complaint to the Office of the US Trade Representative (USTR) in September, demanding…

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Hong Kong has formally denounced at the World Trade Organization (WTO) a Trump administration regulation that goods made in the city for export to the US must be labelled as “Made In China”.The “formal intervention” was made during a session on Tuesday of the WTO’s General Council, the Geneva institution’s highest-level decision-making body.It comes after the Hong Kong government made an official written complaint to the Office of the US Trade Representative (USTR) in September, demanding…

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