(adds detail on import volume in para 3) By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, Feb 23 (Reuters) - The U.S. International Trade Commission gave preliminary approval on Monday to anti-dumping duties of up to 42 percent on outboard engines from Japan. Acting on a request by Wisconsin manufacturer Mercury Marine, the trade panel voted 6-0 that there was a reasonable indication that imports from Japan were harming the U.S. outboard engine industry. Mercury Marine, a division of Brunswick Corp. in ...
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