WTO united against Ukraine's bid to renegotiate tariffs


GENEVA, Dec 11 (Reuters) - The World Trade Organization's 157 members aired a "virtual uniform expression of concern" about Ukraine's plan to renegotiate hundreds of tariff ceilings, U.S. Ambassador Michael Punke said as he left the WTO's General Council on Tuesday. "You had close to unanimity in terms of the membership expressing extreme concern about what the Ukraine is doing," Punke told reporters. "The Japanese ambassador noted that there had been ...

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