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specific issue; therefore, the enclosed tables may not present as complete a picture of
China's responses as the original source documents. Furthermore, we did not
prepare a table for the final 2003 TRM meeting in the WTO General Council. Six
members besides China participated and made general statements about China's
trade reforms rather than raise specific implementation issues during the General
Since our work is based mainly on publicly available information, we did not request
agency comments but provided a draft letter with enclosures to the Office of the U.S.
Trade Representative. A USTR official provided technical comments that we have
incorporated into this report, as appropriate.
We performed our work from September through December 2004 in accordance with
generally accepted government auditing standards.
We are sending copies of this report to interested congressional committees and the
U.S. Trade Representative. We will make copies available to others on request. In
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Director, International Affairs and Trade
9For minutes of the 2003 General Council meeting, see www.wto.org, document symbol WT/GC/VI/84.
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