Japan complained to the WTO about China’s tariffs on imported steel products

On June 15, the World Trade Organization (WTO) confirmed that Japan had submitted a complaint about China’s anti-dumping duties on stainless steel products imported from Japan since July 2019.

The complaint was sent to the WTO’s Dispute Settlement Body on June 15, which argued that China’s tariffs imposed on billet, hot-rolled coil and hot-rolled steel plates imported from Japan. Japan is inconsistent with the provisions of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994 and the Anti-Dumping Agreement, and asserts that China’s trade protection measures reduce the accumulated benefits of Japan. Copy, directly or indirectly, according to the agreements cited.

Japan hopes that China will give a timely response, affirming its willingness to negotiate on the time and place of the consultations.

In a statement on its official website last week, Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said Japan has repeatedly asked China to remove trade protectionism measures on common steel products. through bilateral negotiations

Information resource: TTXVN

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