US, India Punt On Tariffs Again In WTO Poultry Fight
Law360 (July 27, 2020, 3:59 PM EDT) -- After both the U.S. and India requested another delay in the eight-year-old dispute over poultry tariffs, a World Trade Organization arbitration panel will not rule on the U.S.' request to impose tariffs on India until January, according to a notice circulated Monday.
The U.S. has threatened new duties covering up to $450 million on Indian goods as retaliation for New Delhi's public health restrictions against U.S. chicken. A WTO panel will ultimately decide on the exact level of retaliation, but the two countries have repeatedly sought to delay the ruling.
"On 15 July 2020, the arbitrator accepted the parties' twelfth request...
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