UPDATE 1-EU wins trade row with China, wants immediate action


* China imposed duties on EU's X-ray scanners in 2011 * Brussels wants immediate removal of import duties (Recasts; updates with background about the case) By Tom Miles and Robin Emmott GENEVA/BRUSSELS, Feb 26 (Reuters) - The World Trade Organisation has backed the European Union's challenge to Chinese duties on X-ray scanners and Brussels demanded they be removed immediately, saying it would not accept tit-for-tat trade retaliation from ...


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