Journal of WTO and China

2011, v.1(01) 109-124

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China's Continuing March Towards Equal Treatment in the International Trading System
China's Continuing March Towards Equal Treatment in the International Trading System

Murray Gibbs;

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<正>The process that led to the opening of in the 19th century entangled China in a system of non-reciprocity and discrimination against its trade which marked Chinese attitudes to international trade relations.After the establishment of the People's Republic discriminatory trade provisions were again erected against China. In 1980 China launched a broad strategy aimed at becoming a full and equal member of the international trading system culminating in its accession to the WTO in 2001.However,China still combats discrimination on a daily basis.This paper examines the historical background,traces the post-1980 strategy pursued by China,and assesses the extent to which China has successfully eliminated most of the discriminatory measures affecting its trade and describes actions taken to eliminate the last vestiges of such discrimination.

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