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U.S., Japanese, EU trade ministers agree to establish rules on industrial subsidies

  • January 11, 2019
  • , Asahi, Mainichi
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Mainichi wrote that the trade ministers of the United States, Japan, and the EU agreed to establish by this spring international rules on industrial subsidies and to launch talks on e-commerce, speculating that the moves were intended to counter China’s unfair trade practices. Asahi wrote that USTR Lighthizer, Trade Minister Seko, and European Commissioner for Trade Malmstrom also agreed to strengthen their cooperation in urging China to abide by trade rules.

 

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