BEIJING, Dec 25 (Reuters) - China's Commerce Ministry said on Wednesday it will re-examine its decision to impose anti-dumping duties on U.S. chicken broiler parts after the World Trade Organization ruled against Beijing in the four-year-old dispute. U.S. chicken exports to China have fallen by 90 percent over the past four years, costing sellers an estimated $1 billion, after China imposed high anti-dumping duties on the meat. A WTO panel ruled in favour of a ...
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