From November last year, goods made in Hong Kong must be labelled as “Made in China” to gain entry to US ports. Photo: AFP From November last year, goods made in Hong Kong must be labelled as “Made in China” to gain entry to US ports. Photo: AFP
From November last year, goods made in Hong Kong must be labelled as “Made in China” to gain entry to US ports. Photo: AFP
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US rejects Hong Kong request for WTO panel over ‘Made in China’ labelling row

  • Hong Kong requested a dispute settlement panel over US decision to force the city’s locally made goods to be labelled ‘Made in China’
  • US rejection cited change in administration, with row simmering since Donald Trump removed Hong Kong’s special trading status last summer

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From November last year, goods made in Hong Kong must be labelled as “Made in China” to gain entry to US ports. Photo: AFP From November last year, goods made in Hong Kong must be labelled as “Made in China” to gain entry to US ports. Photo: AFP
From November last year, goods made in Hong Kong must be labelled as “Made in China” to gain entry to US ports. Photo: AFP
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