China's Wrist Slapped on Trade

WTO rules China unfairly restricting entertainment imports

Thursday, August 13, 2009

The World Trade Organization has upheld a complaint by the U.S. that could help open the massive Chinese market to American movies, music, and books. Right now that market is subject to restrictions by China's government on what foreign media can be imported and distributed there. The BBC's correspondent in Shanghai, Chris Hogg, joins us with more of the story.


Chris Hogg

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