WTO: 2012 NEWS ITEMS

DISPUTE SETTLEMENT

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This summary has been prepared by the WTO Secretariat’s Information and External Relations Division to help public understanding about developments in WTO disputes. It is not a legal interpretation of the issues, and it is not intended as a complete account of the issues. These can be found in the reports themselves and in the minutes of the Dispute Settlement Body’s meetings.

On another item, China submitted a report on its intentions in respect of implementation of the recommendations and rulings on the dispute “China — Countervailing and Anti-Dumping Duties on Grain Oriented Flat-Rolled Electrical Steel from the United States”.

China said it has the intention to implement the recommendations and rulings of the DSB in a manner that respects its WTO obligations. China asked for a reasonable period of time and said it was ready to discuss this matter with the US delegation.

The US hoped for a prompt implementation and said it was ready to discuss a reasonable period of time with China on the implementation of the recommendations and rulings.

The next regular meeting of the DSB is scheduled for 17 December 2012.

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