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Compliance panel established in dispute between China and EU over steel fasteners

By WTO , 2013-12-23 10:25:52

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At a meeting of the Dispute Settlement Body (DSB) on 18 December 2013, a panel was established, at the request of China, to determine whether the measures taken by the European Union in the dispute over steel fasteners fully implemented the DSB’s recommendations and rulings.

China requested the DSB to establish a “compliance panel”, under Article 21.5 of the Dispute Settlement Understanding (DSU), to determine the consistency of the measures taken by the European Union to comply with its obligations under the Anti-Dumping Agreement and GATT 1994.

China was of the view that the measures taken by the EU in relation to this dispute did not fully and correctly implement the DSB’s recommendations and rulings. The EU was convinced that its challenged measures were fully in line with WTO rules and fully complied with the DSB’s recommendations and rulings. Japan and the United States reserved their third-party rights to participate in the panel’s proceedings.

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