PARIS – The European Union is raising concerns with the World Trade Organization based on persistent rumors that China is setting up a dual distribution network for imported and domestically produced cars. In a firmly worded diplomatic note, the EU says it fears such a system could lead to imported cars receiving discriminatory treatment, while domestics are distributed more efficiently. The EU says such a system would break the terms of China’s entry into the WTO, and in effect is ...

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