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European Commission vice president Neelie Kroes said Monday that China's censorship of the Internet constituted a trade barrier and should be dealt with by the World Trade Organisation.
Kroes, who is also in charge of charting the European Union's digital agenda, said she had raised the issue in Beijing last week in a meeting with Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Dejiang.
"It is one of those issues that needs to be tackled in the WTO," Kroes said in Shanghai as she concluded a five-day visit to China.