EU not worried about China's anti-dumping probe

EU plans to intervene to ensure probe follows WTO rules
calendar icon 17 June 2024
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The European Union is not worried about China opening an anti-dumping investigation into imported pork and its by-products from the EU, Reuters reported, citing a spokesperson for the bloc's executive Commission on Monday.

The spokesperson told reporters that the EU would intervene appropriately to ensure the investigation complies with all relevant World Trade Organisation rules.

The Chinese ministry has said the investigation was prompted by a complaint by the China Animal Husbandry Association, but it comes shortly after the EUimposed anti-subsidy duties on Chinese-made electric cars.

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