EU advances WTO case against China

The EU is stepping up its action against China in two cases at the World Trade Organization (WTO). Brussels has requested the establishment of two arbitration tribunals for two ongoing cases, the EU Commission announced on Wednesday. The WTO cases involve the de facto trade blockade against Lithuania and patent protection for high-tech products. In both cases, Brussels requested consultations with the People’s Republic at the beginning of the year, which took place, according to the EU. A solution could not be found.

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