Oct 15 (Reuters) - Mexico filed a complaint at the World Trade Organization (WTO) on Monday to challenge China's support for its clothing and textile industries, the WTO said in a statement.
The wide-ranging complaint cites exemptions from income tax, value-added tax and municipal taxes; discounts on loans, land rights and electricity prices; support for the cotton sector; and cash payments from government agencies.
By launching the legal process, Mexico has triggered a 60-day window forChina to resolve the dispute by giving a satisfactory explanation or otherwise meeting its concerns. After that, Mexico could ask the WTO to adjudicate on the case in the hope of forcing China to change its laws.
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