By  on October 25, 2010

A World Trade Organization panel issued a ruling Friday that said U.S. trade officials upheld their right to simultaneously apply two sets of punitive duties on imported products from nonmarket economies, such as China, when they are unfairly subsidized and dumped at less than fair market value.

The decision stemmed from a complaint brought by China against the U.S. in 2008, challenging duties the U.S. imposed in separate trade remedy cases involving circular welded pipe, certain pneumatic off-the-road-tires, light-walled rectangular pipe and tube and laminated woven sacks.

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