INDIA is disputing whether the EU has complied with the WTO ruling that it broke world trading rules when protecting its cotton-type bed linen producers with anti-dumping duties. Brussels has claimed that it has fulfilled instructions from a disputes panel by suspending the duties, but New Delhi has reserved the right to launch a fresh action, especially if moves are made by next March to renew the duties.

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