GENEVA, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Mexico took the first step on Monday towards a trade dispute with China over industrial subsidies, echoing a move already made by the United States. In a statement to the World Trade Organisation (WTO), Mexico said it was seeking consultations with China on subsidies granted to a range of industries, which would include steel, computers and clothing. The U.S. administration, under pressure from Congress to get tough with China over trade, said on Feb. 2 that it ...
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