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Beijing on Monday urged Washington to “set aside prejudices” after a US report said Chinese telecom firms Huawei and ZTE were security threats that should be banned from trade in the US.
China filed a complaint at the World Trade Organisation on Monday to challenge a new US law on “countervailing duties”, or tariffs intended to combat export-promoting subsidies.
Business people have to be watchful of the rise of protectionism among low-growth economies as the global economy takes a downturn, the WTO's deputy director general warned yesterday.
China has had its position as the world's No 1 exporter confirmed after Germany revealed its trade figures for last year.
Beijing called on Washington to refrain from imposing any punitive tariffs against China's tyre exports to the United States, saying such a protectionist move may backfire.