WTO dispute panel established to rule on Chinese farm import quotas

U.S. challenges that China fails to live up to basic WTO commitments on import restrictions and TRQ administration.

At its meeting on Sept. 22, the World Trade Organization's (WTO) Dispute Settlement Body (DSB) agreed to establish a panel to rule on a complaint filed by the U.S. regarding China’s administration of its tariff rate quotas (TRQs) for certain imported farm goods.

The U.S. said it had serious concerns regarding China's administration of its TRQs for wheat, short-grain, medium-grain and long-grain rice and corn. The U.S. said China was failing to live up to basic WTO commitments on

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