By  on July 22, 2013

GENEVA — Trading partners praised the European Union in a World Trade Organization forum for maintaining an open trade and investment regime, despite the financial and sovereign debt crises in some member states.

But, led by China, the EU was also faulted for resorting to targeted abuse of trade remedies, such as antidumping investigations, in order to shield problematic sectors from international competition.

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