By Lucy Hornby BEIJING, Sept 27 (Reuters) - China on Sunday formally launched an anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigation into chicken parts imports from the U.S., two days after U.S. lawmakers agreed to end a gag order that prevented the U.S. from even considering importing Chinese cooked poultry. China had said it would investigate chicken wings and feet, as well as automotive imports from the U.S., immediately after the Obama administration decided to impose hefty "safeguard" ...
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