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China U.S. sorghum probe aims to correct unfair trade practices

Staff Writer |
China’s Ministry of Commerce said on Tuesday its anti-dumping investigation on the imports of U.S. sorghum aims to correct unfair trade practices.

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China is willing to expand cooperation with the United States on trade disputes, the ministry added in a statement.

The ministry said earlier China will require agricultural business CHS Inc and other U.S. companies to put down a deposit of 178.6 percent of the value of their sorghum exports to China, effective from Wednesday, after finding the U.S. grain has damaged the domestic industry.

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