China launches anti-dumping probe into U.S. autos


HANGZHOU, China, Oct 29 (Reuters) - China is conducting a preliminary anti-dumping investigation of U.S.-made autos in response to a request by China's car industry, Commerce Minister Chen Deming said on Thursday. Speaking to reporters after two days of high-level Sino-American trade talks in this eastern Chinese city, Chen promised an "objective, just and fair review". President Barack Obama, who will visit China in mid-November, angered Beijing last month by slapping a 35 percent duty ...

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