EU under fire from WTO partners over trade policy review

Sources said Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, India,New Zealand and the US were among the countries weighing in with a number ofcomplaints about EU policies affecting agricultural products.

The meeting, held last week, were part of a peer reviewof EU

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