Trump’s tariffs on China violated law, trade body says – Reports

Trump’s tariffs on China violated law, trade body says

The World Trade Organization ruled decisively Tuesday that President Donald Trump violated global trade rules when he unilaterally imposed tariffs on what became more than $350 billion worth of Chinese goods.

The ruling trade body sided against the United States on a number of points, including that the Trump administration did not provide a convincing explanation of why the tariffs were allowed under a provision that lets countries take emergency trade actions “to protect public…

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