China faces challenges in global export market

Source:Globaltimes.cn Published: 2016-7-23 23:21:12

The European Commission outlined new trade defense rules on July 20, to help assess whether Chinese firms are dumping low-price products, reported Reuters, as the EC continues to debate the issue of granting China market economy status (MES). Earlier, the US had expanded its previously announced challenge at the WTO against China's export restraints from nine key raw materials to 11, according to a press release on July 19. Further complicating matters, China is facing anti-dumping charges from other developing countries. 15 years on from China’s entry into the WTO, the country is still facing a number of challenges in the global trade sector.


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