Thursday, November 29, 2007

US claims victory in subsidies battle with China  de  es  fr  nl  it  pt  tr

By Alan Beattie in London Published: November 29 2007 21:03 | Last updated: November 29 2007 21:03 Washington and Beijing on Thursday resolved a dispute over government subsidies to Chinese industry, averting a long legal battle at the World Trade Organisation.

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Keywords: China, United states / Xinhua News Agency, Dalai Lama / chinese, beijing, taiwan, trade, percent, chen, safety, people

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