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China | European Union (EU) | Issues - International | Legal | Lobbying | Top Stories | USA

China Arms Embargo Controversy Will Have Domestic Ripples

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The U.S. campaign to dissuade Europe from lifting its arms embargo against China is bearing some fruit in Britain, but the EU is expected to lift its partial arms embargo before June 2005. U.S. government officials, as well as Congress, have made it clear that retaliaton against European companies would follow.

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