The WTO is set to censure China today for curbing exports of raw materials, overruling China's...


The WTO is set to censure China today for curbing exports of raw materials, overruling China's arguments that the limits are needed to protect the environment. The decision sets a precedent the U.S. and EU can use to file another complaint against China over rare earth quotas.

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  • Donald Rudow
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    China's ability to affect the world market price of rare earth metals may be numbered... www.dw-world.de/dw/art...
    5 Jul 2011, 07:36 AM Reply Like
  • Richard Mackenzie
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    WTO is obviously Socialist. In a free market China would be free to do whatever it wanted with its natural resources until we got desperate enough to nuke them.
    5 Jul 2011, 10:52 AM Reply Like
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