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aCommunication from U.S.: GNAL/W/127; dated 10/3/03.
bCommunication from Chinese Taipei: GNAL/VV126/Rev.1; dated 9/25/03.
cCommunication from China: GNALNV/125; dated 9/22/03.
dCommittee report detailing verbal statements made during meeting: GNAL/M/36; meeting dated 10/6/03.
GAO-05-209R U.S.-China Trade
Summary of issues by theme Raised by Raised by China's response
United other WTO
Legal steps planned to implement Writtena Chinese accession. In addition, China would apply the
provisions of the Decision on the Taipei - provisions of the two Decisions taken by the
Valuation of Carrier Media Bearing Writtenb Committee on Customs Valuation concerning
Software for Data Processing the treatment of interest charges in the
Equipment. customs value of imported goods and
valuation of carrier media bearing software for
data processing equipment as soon as
practicable, but in any event no later than two
years from the date of accession, as referred
to in paragraph 143 of the Working Party
Report on Accession of China. (Writtenc)
Source: GAO analysis of WTO documents.
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