BEIJING – China is talking tough over the launch of a World Trade Organization investigation into the country’s levying of tariffs on imported car parts. The U.S. and Canada, along with the European Union, have formally petitioned the WTO to investigate their claims China unfairly is imposing high tariffs. However, China on Sept. 28 exercised its right to delay the probe. Experts say the case automatically will proceed as soon as the Western governments make a further request, which ...

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