China to consult with EU on X-ray scanner

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China's Ministry of Commerce said on Wednesday that it will consult with the European Union with respect to the WTO rules after the latter filed a complaint against China over levying anti-dumping duties on X-ray scanners.

On July 25, the EU requested consultations with China under the dispute settlement system concerning China's anti-dumping duties on X-ray scanners imported from the EU, the WTO said on its website.

The EU and China have 60 days to reach an agreement, otherwise the EU could ask the WTO to rule on the matter.

Starting Jan. 23, China imposed anti-dumping duties between 33.5 percent and 71.8 percent on scanners imported from the EU with a time span of five years.

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