Items imported from the US and other countries on display in a supermarket in Beijing. A report released by China’s State Council Information Office last week outlining its commitment to the WTO should provide some reassurance to frustrated foreign companies based on the mainland. Photo: AP
David Dodwell
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Opinion

Inside Out by David Dodwell

Trade war an opportunity for China to address concerns of mainland-based foreign firms and open up further

Beijing has complied with the letter of its WTO commitments, but it must look at behind-the-border regulations, licences and other barriers

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Items imported from the US and other countries on display in a supermarket in Beijing. A report released by China’s State Council Information Office last week outlining its commitment to the WTO should provide some reassurance to frustrated foreign companies based on the mainland. Photo: AP
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