GENEVA — A World Trade Organization arbitration panel Monday authorized that Brazil could proceed and target U.S. goods and services for punitive sanctions approaching $295 million over America’s failure to scrap cotton subsidy programs found in breach of global rules.
The three-member panel in two separate determinations ruled that Brazil could proceed and request punitive annual countermeasures until Washington scrapped the offending measures.
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