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Editorial: Solution to trade war

(China Daily)

08:43, August 23, 2012

China is insisting that the United States cease using protectionist measures to shield its renewable energy industry, a step that foreshadows intensified trade disputes between China and its chief trade partners.

The Ministry of Commerce has ruled that some of the policies the US has adopted to support its renewable energy industry go against World Trade Organization anti-subsidy rules and is calling on the US to rectify those policies.

China has long been the victim of protectionist policies adopted by foreign countries, especially in recent years.

According to an International Monetary Fund report released in April, China suffers more harm than any other country in the world by its trade partners' trade remedy measures.

In the past, the country has tried to furnish evidence proving that its enterprises were not dumping their products on foreign economies. Meanwhile, it has begun to invoke WTO rules to protect its legitimate rights.


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