Now that Russia is in. From Reuters:
Assuming WTO relations are set up quickly, the United States and Russia could file complaints against each other in the coming months.
Earlier in December, Russia banned imports of meat containing any trace of ractopamine, a feed additive widely used in the United States to make meat leaner.
Kirk and U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack have pushed Russia to lift the ban because they say it appears to violate Russia's WTO commitments.
The United Nation's food agency in July said ractopamine "had no impact on human health" if residues stay within recommended levels.
Meanwhile, Edward Verona, president of the U.S.-Russia Business Council, warned in the group's latest newsletter that Russia could file a WTO complaint against U.S. anti-dumping and countervailing duties on Russian steel.