BRUSSELS, March 31 (Reuters) - The European Commission on Friday proposed applying anti-dumping duties on televisions made by seven Chinese manufacturers, saying one of the companies failed to meet conditions that exempted them all from duties. The move came a day after the European Union and the United States said they were turning to the World Trade Organisation to resolve a row with China over car parts exports, a move which China said it regretted. In 2002, the EU exempted the seven ...
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