As the United States begins high-stakes World Trade Organization talks with China about intellectual property and trade barrier disputes, private attorneys representing an alliance of hundreds of companies have logged nearly two years helping the government build its case.
Formal dispute settlement consultations between the two countries began in Geneva on June 4, following the United States’ April 10 filings of formal requests to start the process.
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