WTO: Dairy exporting nations join fight against Chile dairy duties
Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Uruguay have participated in formals talks with Chile requested at the World Trade Organisation by Argentina, which has complained about provisional safeguard duties of 16% that it has imposed on imports of powdered milk and liquid UHT milk. Initial consultations - which are the first stage of a WTO disputes procedure - were held yesterday (21 November). Argentina claims that Chile has broken the Agreement on Safeguards, a statement contested by Santiago.
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