U.S., China to battle trade issues in court

A hot-air balloon flies over a container port

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A hot-air balloon flies over a container port in Qingdao in east China's Shandong province earlier this month. The United States and China are both headed to the World Trade Court with charges against each other -- China against U.S. anti-dumping measures and the U.S. claiming the China government improperly subsidizes auto parts. (Sept. 9, 2012) (Credit: AP)

BEIJING -- In a tit for tat, China filed a World Trade Organization case Monday challenging U.S. anti-dumping measures on billions of dollars of kitchen appliances, paper and other goods, adding to worsening trade strains as global demand weakens.

Beijing's move came after American officials said the Obama administration plans to file its own WTO case this week accusing China of improperly...

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