By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, May 23 (Reuters) - The United States has been unable to resolve a dispute with China over treatment of foreign auto parts and could ask the World Trade Organization to rule on the matter, U.S. trade officials said on Tuesday. "The burden is on China's side. We feel pretty comfortable on the merits of the case that we're in the right," Commerce Under Secretary Franklin Lavin told reporters after a speech. "The best approach we think for everybody is to try to ...
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