China hits back at US clean tech protectionism allegations

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Ministry of Commerce dismisses charges as "groundless and irresponsible" – further fuelling fears of a trade war between the US and China

The Chinese government has issued its first official response to a US investigation into the country's use of clean tech policies that allegedly breach World Trade Organization rules. The US government...

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