By Alex Lawson (September 27, 2021, 5:57 p.m. EDT) – In the latest roundup of Law360 from the World Trade Organization’s Dispute Settlement Body, panels are expected to examine disputes over China’s restrictions on the steel and Panama’s restrictions on Costa Rican food products, while the standoff over appellate judges continues to escalate.

Panel to weigh Chinese tariffs on Japanese steel

The DSB has agreed to set up a panel to examine China’s anti-dumping duties on Japanese steel. Japan saw its initial panel offer blocked in last month’s DSB, but renewed its request at Monday’s meeting to automatically establish a panel.

Japan only made a brief statement when soliciting the panel, saying that …

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