BEIJING, March 31 (Reuters) - China made no immediate comment after the European Union and United States turned to the WTO over a row on car parts, but one state newspaper on Friday chided some EU nations for blaming Beijing for their own shortcomings. In a front-page article on trade tensions over car parts and shoes, the newspaper, published by China's Commerce Ministry (MOFCOM), quoted an expert as saying higher labour and production costs in Europe were eroding the bloc's ...
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