BRUSSELS, March 28 (Reuters) - China will this week appeal a World Trade Organisation ruling in a case against the European Union, saying the decision does not go far enough in its favour, a person familiar with the case said on Monday. The December ruling sided with China in a dispute over European Union duties on Chinese-made screws and bolts, known as fastners and used in cars, white goods and machinery. It marked a significant victory for China in its first WTO dispute against the ...
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