The U.S., Europe and Japan team to push ahead with a World Trade Organization dispute complaint against Argentina’s use of import licenses and other measures to restrict vehicle and auto parts from entering the country, despite the government’s claim that the restrictions have been removed. The WTO agreed on Jan. 28 to a request from Washington, Brussels and Tokyo to establish a disputes panel to rule whether Argentina’s restrictions violate global trade rules. The ...

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