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US President Donald Trump approved steep tariffs on solar panel imports in January to protect US producers, triggering an outcry from China, South Korea and even protests from the US solar industry. The U.S. president has recently threatened more tariffs on Canada's auto industry.
"The solar problem has existed for years". USA officials say such action is necessary because the WTO lacks the capacity to deal with China's problematic trade methods.
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Previously, the United States took safeguard measures on imports of some photovoltaic products with additional tariffs of up to 30 percent. US officials say such action is necessary because the WTO lacks the ability to address Chinese trade tactics.
The USTR accused China of using state incentives, subsidies and tariffs to increase production and said manufacturers had evaded US tariffs by repeatedly shifting production to new countries.
WTO complaints begin with negotiations between parties to the dispute.
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One Chinese executive, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Reuters that US solar tariffs were a "sideshow" and had little effect on Chinese business.
Following that, Washington imposed its first round of 25 tariffs on $34 billion of Chinese goods on July 6 in response to complains Beijing steals or pressures foreign companies to hand over technology. It said a formal complaint was filed Tuesday with the WTO in Geneva. There is division and confusion over how China should respond to Trump, with some arguing that Beijing should strike back at American interests but others saying they didn't know what could be done.
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