* Restrictions said to violate global trade rules * Affect steel, aluminium and chemical producers * China's argues curbs help protect environment GENEVA, Dec 21 (Reuters) - The World Trade Organisation set up a panel on Monday to rule on complaints by the United States, European Union and Mexico about Chinese curbs on exports of raw materials important to their own industries. The three, who agreed that only one panel need to look into the issue although they filed their complaints ...
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