Disputes With China

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Results of Consultations Requested in 2010 in Three Disputes With China in 2011

United States views on international law (based on the document “Digest of U.S. Practice in International Law”): As discussed in World Encyclopedia of Law 2010 at 475-78, the United States requested consultations with China on three matters during 2010. In two of the matters, consultations did not resolve the disputes and the United States requested the establishment of a panel. In February 2011, the United States requested the establishment of panels in China – Certain Measures Affecting Electronic Payment Services (DS413) and China – Countervailing and Anti-Dumping Duties on Grain Oriented Flat-rolled Electrical Steel from the United States (DS414). Panels were established in both disputes in March. In the third matter, China—Subsidies on Wind Power Equipment (DS 419), the United States and China held consultations in February 2011 that led to the resolution of the dispute, as described in the 2011 Annual Report at 68:

“Following consultations, China issued a notice invalidating the measures that had created the program providing the challenged subsidies.”


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