BELGIUM: China making significant steps to liberalise auto trade - EU paper
Further details have emerged about the effect on the international automobile industry of China's recently approved membership of the World Trade Organisation. According to an EU briefing paper obtained by just-auto.com, China has made significant steps to liberalise its auto trade, a statement that contrasts with the pessimistic tone of an earlier WTO paper, which said that tariff protection would remain high after it formally joins the trade body, probably next March.
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