Hong Kong complains to WTO over U.S. "Made in China" labeling rules

Hong Kong has filed a complaint with the World Trade Organization over new U.S. labeling rules for Hong Kong-made products, the territory’s commerce chief said Friday.Commerce and Economic Development Secretary Edward Yau said in a news briefing that the government took the case to the Geneva-based trade body due to the failure of the United States to provide a “substantive response” to Hong Kong’s objection regarding the “Made in China” labeling requirement.Yau said the government formally launched “procedures in accordance with the World Trade Organization dispute settlement mechanism agains…

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