“Negotiations were difficult but ultimately fruitful”, concluded Donald Tusk after Tuesday’s European Union-China summit in Brussels. The two sides achieved their main objective for their meeting, namely to come up with a joint statement that is meaningful enough to EU capital and commits both sides to specific actions. “In today’s …
Tag: China Market Economy Status
This week was dominated by news on European trade defence policy and by a shift in sentiment in Britain over a customs union with the EU – with ramifications for the Department for International Trade. Other bits of news below. EU-Australia negotiations: third round The EU and Australia held a …
Continued from Part 2.
Continued from Part 1. Crisis-stricken steel sector in lead against China MES
The current European and global debate over whether WTO members should treat China as a market economy in their domestic trade defence laws is also a battle over the future business model of a crisis stricken steel industry, and over the integrity of the global trading system. The unfolding saga, viewed …
Will the EU’s antidumping authorities be obliged to treat China as a market economy in late 2016? Laurent Ruessman thinks this is not the case.
INTERVIEW: Guy de Jonquières – China could launch WTO dispute if not granted ‘market economy’ status
We’re interviewing a few experts on the issue of China’s market economy status in the WTO. Our first expert is Guy de Jonquières, former Financial Times journalist specialised in China and trade policy, and now a writer and think tank analyst.
Let’s bring some facts and rational reasoning into the discussion about China’s market economy status. By Iana Dreyer.