U.S. sets preliminary duties of up to 222% on Chinese ceramic tile


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The U.S. Commerce Department said on Tuesday that it found that imports of ceramic tile from China are unfairly subsidized and it imposed preliminary duties on them ranging from about 104% to 222%.
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