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U.S. wins trade case against Chinese duties on American autos
U.S. wins trade case against Chinese duties on American autos

The U.S. on Friday won an international trade case against China for duties placed on imports of American automobiles, a victory that Obama administration officials hoped would prevent Beijing from enacting discriminatory taxes in the future. China had removed the duties last year as the U.S. pressed its case with the World Trade Organization. The duties, which ranged from 2% to 21.5%, were placed on large American-made cars and sport utility vehicles starting in 2011 and last year affected about two-thirds of the $8.5 billion worth of U.S. auto exports to China, administration officials said. China is the second-largest foreign market for U.S. automakers. "This is the third...

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