China urges U.S. to follow through on WTO duties ruling

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BEIJING, March 28 (Reuters) - China urged the United States on Monday to quickly comply with a World Trade Organisation ruling that found that slapping extra duties on some Chinese goods broke WTO trade rules. Earlier this month, the WTO's top court upheld some Chinese objections to a previous ruling that had backed the right of the United States to impose extra duties on Chinese goods -- steel pipes, off-road tyres and woven sacks -- that Washington had said were unfairly priced and ...

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