US Targets China In Renewables Subsidies


The US government’s case against China for allegedly violating international trade law in its support of its wind sector focuses on the one allegation that’s easiest to pursue because it appears to be a blatant violation of trade rules, experts said.

US Trade Representative (USTR) Ron Kirk last month announced the US has requested consultations with China under the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) dispute settlement provisions, regarding China’s special fund for wind power manufacturing. Under the

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