China to Talk With U.S. on Semiconductor Tax (New York Times)

March 27, 2004

“China said Friday that it had agreed to talks with the United States about a tax Beijing imposed on imported semiconductors that Washington contends gives Chinese producers an unfair advantage.
The United States started a complaint with the World Trade Organization last week over the 17 percent value-added tax China places on semiconductors, the chips that power electronics from cellphones to supercomputers.”

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