China has appealed against a World Trade Organisation ruling upholding parts of a U.S. complaint about Chinese restrictions on imports of films, books and other audio-visual material. The appeal came shortly after the U.S. decided to impose additional duties on imports of Chinese-made tyres, invoking for the first time a "safeguard" clause China agreed to when it joined the WTO. China hotly protested the tyre duties and launched its own anti-dumping investigation of automotive and ...
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