Hong Kong formally demands US drop ‘Made in China’ labelling regulations introduced by Trump administration

Hong Kong has formally written to Washington demanding it drop new regulations requiring that locally made products exported to the US be labelled “Made In China”, saying the city could take the matter to the World Trade Organisation. Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Edward Yau reiterated on Wednesday that the sanctions were unreasonable, saying he had asked the US consulate in Hong Kong to convey a letter to trade representative Robert Lighthizer making clear the city’s…

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