Three nations ask to join EU's WTO case against China

Canada, Japan and Taiwan have put in a request to join the European Union’s case against China at the World Trade Organization. In an article posted on February 10 on Politico, it was stated that the three countries would be agreeing with the accusation that China is blocking Lithuanian goods because of that country’s relationship with Taipei. 

The government department Global Affairs Canada confirmed the request, stating, “Canada opposes economic coercion and stands with like-minded partners in supporting rules-based international trade with the World Trade Organization at its core.”

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