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China pulls WTO suit over claim to be a market economy

Reuters India Monday, 17 June 2019
China has halted a dispute at the World Trade Organization over its claim to be a market economy, a panel of three WTO adjudicators said on Monday, meaning Beijing must accept continued EU and U.S. "anti-dumping" levies on cheap Chinese goods.
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