WTO to probe US tariffs on Chinese solar goods

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International body to investigate China's complaint that import duties could be inconsistent with trade rules

An international panel will be convened to decide whether US tariffs imposed on China solar panels and other green products contravene trade rules. The World Trade Organisation (WTO) last week agreed...

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