GENEVA —?The World Trade Organization?agreed Tuesday?to establish a?panel to examine?Brazil’s complaint?that U.S. subsidies to American producers and exporters of upland cotton violate global trade rules.

The subsidies for the year ended July 31 "totaled almost $4 billion," Brazilian WTO ambassador Luis Felipe Seixas Correa told delegates to a session of the agency’s dispute-settlement body.

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