By Lucy Hornby BEIJING, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Tariffs against Chinese exports in a falling market might not fit a safeguard mechanism China agreed to when it joined the World Trade Organisation, Chinese trade sources said on Wednesday, in an indication of a new strategy to counter potential U.S. tariffs on Chinese-made tyres. The Obama administration is expected to soon decide whether to impose steep duties on imports of Chinese tyres, under provisions China agreed to when it joined the WTO ...
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