By and  on November 30, 2007

WASHINGTON — China agreed to eliminate a dozen export and import subsidies by Jan. 1, settling a U.S. trade case but potentially increasing costs for apparel importers.

The U.S. brought the World Trade Organization trade case against China in February, charging Chinese companies with foreign investment received tax breaks that broke global trade rules. Mexico later joined the case against China.

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