* US aluminum producers asked in April for currency probe * Issue expected to turn on legal definition of subsidy By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, Aug 30 (Reuters) - The U.S. Commerce Department is expected to announce on Tuesday whether it will investigate if China's currency practices subsidize its exports and warrant U.S. duties in response. The decision looms in a case brought by U.S. manufacturers against Chinese-made aluminum products used in the U.S. construction and automobile ...
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