GENEVA — A World Trade Organization arbitrator determined Friday that the U.S. has until Dec. 27 to implement earlier dispute panel findings that found the so-called Byrd Amendment regarding antidumping and antisubsidy duties was in breach of global trade rules.

Yashuhei Taninguchi, the WTO arbitrator, concluded in his 26-page report that the reasonable period for the U.S. to implement the recommendations and rulings of the dispute panel was “11 months from the date of adoption of the panel and appellate body reports,” which occurred Jan. 27.

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