By  on December 6, 2012

WASHINGTON — The U.S. requested the establishment of a dispute settlement panel at the World Trade Organization on Thursday after consultations with Argentina over allegedly unfair import licensing requirements on a wide range of products, including apparel and footwear, failed to be resolved.

The U.S. filed a WTO case against Argentina in August, alleging that the country uses the requirements to “unfairly restrict U.S. exports.” The European Union, Japan and Mexico filed WTO cases as well, and have also requested the establishment of a WTO panel to examine Argentina’s import restrictions.

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