The World Trade Organization will establish a 3-person panel to review whether the large tariffs the U.S. is proposing for imported steel violate international trade agreements. The panel, approved by the WTO’s 144 members on June 3, is expected to decide on the issue by year-end. The European Union requested the panel and other countries, including Japan and China, supported its creation and are asking for their own panels, as well. The U.S. argues the proposed tariffs do not violate ...
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