(Bloomberg) — China said it is ending its anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigation into imports of U.S. sorghum.
The Asian country announced in April that imports would incur a 178.6 percent duty. China’s Ministry of Commerce said it is ending the probe as it is in the public’s interest to do so, according to a statement.
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