(Adds background) WASHINGTON, Oct 28 (Reuters) - China has told the United States that it plans to formally launch an investigation that could lead to new import duties on autos and sports utility vehicles made by Chrysler [CCMLPC.UL], Ford and General Motors [GM.UL], a U.S. industry official said on Wednesday. "The documents containing the charges were presented by China to the U.S. government this week, but have not yet been translated. Therefore we are not in a position to comment on ...
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