China says regrets EU-US auto parts decision

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BEIJING, March 31 (Reuters) - China's Commerce Ministry said on Friday that it regretted a move by the European Union (EU) and the United States to turn to the World Trade Organisation over a row on car parts. In a posting on its Web site (www.mofcom.gov.cn), the ministry said it was studying the EU and U.S. decision. The European Union and the United States have asked China to participate in WTO consultations on its auto parts tariff rules. Consultations are the first step towards a ...

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