GENEVA, Sept 28 (Reuters) - China on Thursday exercised its right to delay a World Trade Organisation (WTO) probe into its rules on auto part imports sought by the United States, the European Union and Canada. The case, the first involving China to reach litigation, will automatically proceed, however, as soon as Washington, Brussels and Ottawa make a further request. This could come at the next meeting of the WTO's dispute settlement body on Oct. 26. The three want China -- which ...
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