August 21, 2012
By Tom Miles and High Bronstein
(Reuters) - The United States and Japan assailed Argentina's import rules as protectionist at the World Trade Organization on Tuesday, putting more pressure on the country to revamp policies that many trading partners say violate global norms.
The two complaints mirrored litigation brought by the European Union in May and triggered a swift reaction from Argentina's center-left government, which vowed to challenge U.S. rules on lemon and beef imports.
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