What The EU-Argentina WTO Dispute Means For The US

Law360, New York (June 4, 2012, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The European Union filed a request for consultations at the World Trade Organization on May 25, 2012, formally initiating a dispute with respect to various import policies that have been imposed by the Argentine government. 

The European Union seeks to challenge three Argentine policies: (1) non-automatic import licensing requirements affecting goods under more than 600 tariff lines; (2) pre-importation approval requirements affecting all imports; and (3) requirements imposed on importers to balance their imports with exports, increase the local content of their products, or refrain from...
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