China has run out of legal options to fight the U.S., Canada and the European Union over maintaining import duties it imposes on foreign automotive parts. The tariffs in question are levied when China-based assembly plants fail to use a designated minimum proportion of domestically manufactured parts. The World Trade Organization’s disputes settlement body has rejected an appeal by China over a July ruling that these tariffs broke China’s commitments under the WTO General Agreement on ...

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