WASHINGTON— The World Trade Organization says China broke global trade rules by failing to comply with an earlier WTO ruling and continuing to impose duties on specialty steel imports. The case dates back to 2010 when China imposed duties on a high-tech specialty steel used in power plants. Despite the ruling, China reintroduced duties on the steel in 2013. The...» Read More
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