* Move follows Obama decision last month on China tires * Top US officials in China now for high-level talks * GM, Chrysler received $64 billion this year in US aid (Updates throughout) By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, Oct 28 (Reuters) - China has told the United States it is launching a trade 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. ...
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