China Probes U.S. Sorghum Exports
*Ministry of Commerce investigates U.S. sorghum exports to China
*Says it has evidence showing subsidies damage domestic growers’ interests
Beijing has initiated anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations into U.S. sorghum exports to China, saying they are unfairly hurting the domestic industry.
In two separate statements released Sunday — one announcing the dumping investigation and another regarding subsidies — China’s Ministry of Commerce said that it had not received any written filings requesting the investigations, but that it still believed that “preliminary evidence” revealed unfair practices.
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