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(From Central News Agency (Taiwan))
Geneva, Oct. 3 (CNA) A senior Republic of China trade official stationed in Geneva urged on Thursday that the new World Trade Organization (WTO) members should not be made to bear an excessive burden in terms of further market access concessions.
Deng Chen-cheng, vice representative of Taiwan's permanent mission to the WTO, made the appeal while explaining Taiwan's various positions at the fourth meeting of the WTO trade negotiation committee held at the WTO headquarters.
He said Taiwan believes that the further market access concessions negotiated under the new round of WTO trade talks should consider and include the contents of the accession commitments made by the new members in order to avoid placing excessive burdens on them and affecting their willingness for further market liberalization talks. Taiwan became a WTO member in January of this year.
Deng expressed Taipei's full …