China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) Wednesday voiced strong opposition against the United States' imposition of anti-subsidy tariffs on Chinese oil well pipes, saying the move was "discriminatory."
The U.S. Commerce Department decided to set final countervailing duties on imports of the 2.6 billion dollar oil country tubular goods from China.
Editor's note
  • ·Rising trade frictons between China and other major economies is affecting world recovery as well as China's related industries.
    ·China has alway been cautious on using retaliatory trade measures and called world leaders to cope with protectionism, but remains a "major target" of trade protectionism."
    ·The EU and the US currently do not admit China's market economy status, double standards are difficult to remove and Chinese enterprises hardly can enjoy equal and fair treatment.
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