Editor's Note
December 11, 2006 marks the 5th anniversary of China's entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO). In the past five years, China has comprehensively and fully implemented the extensive commitments it made upon joining the world trade body in 2001. (Full Story)
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Ambassador: China Has Implemented WTO Obligations
China has made great efforts to faithfully implement its obligations in the World Trade Organization (WTO) since it joined the body five years ago, said Chinese Ambassador to the WTO Sun Zhenyu Sun ahead of the five year anniversary of China's WTO entry, which falls on Monday. (Full Story)
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