China escalates subsidies spat with U.S., asks for WTO ruling

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By Tom Miles GENEVA, Nov 20 (Reuters) - China is to ask the World Trade Organization to rule on its latest commercial spat with the United States, the WTO said on Tuesday, hoping it will back Beijing's complaint that punitive U.S. tariffs imposed on a raft of Chinese goods are illegal. In a move that deepened the dispute, China will ask the WTO to set up a three-person dispute panel at a meeting on Nov. 30. If China wins the case and any subsequent appeal ...

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