by | May 25, 2012 | Trade Policy

Request for consultations on import restrictions formally opens WTO dispute

The EU today requested consultations with Argentina on that country’s import restrictive measures.

The request is the first step in bringing a dispute to the World Trade Organization for resolution. The EU and Argentina now have 60 days to talk things over. If they can’t come to an agreement, the EU may request that its complaint be adjudicated.

Details of the EU complaint will be available next week.

Here’s a quick look at how EU ranks among Argentina’s trading partners and the top products in their trade:

Post tags: Argentina | EU | trade disputes | WTO

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