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China ‘regrets’ Japan’s decision to complain to WTO over stainless steel anti-dumping duties

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China said it “regrets” Japan’s decision to complain to the World Trade Organization (WTO) over anti-dumping duties that it has been placing on stainless steel products since July 2019.Japan’s government confirmed last week that it had complained to the Geneva-based body, with the request for consolation officially circulated to WTO members on Tuesday.The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry claims it has repeatedly asked China to remove the measures on steel billets, hot-rolled coils and…

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China said it “regrets” Japan’s decision to complain to the World Trade Organization (WTO) over anti-dumping duties that it has been placing on stainless steel products since July 2019.Japan’s government confirmed last week that it had complained to the Geneva-based body, with the request for consolation officially circulated to WTO members on Tuesday.The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry claims it has repeatedly asked China to remove the measures on steel billets, hot-rolled coils and…

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