THE MEXICAN government is has launched formal disputes talks at the World Trade Organisation, over claims that the United States' reimposition of anti-dumping duties on its exports of 'oil country tubular goods' broke global trading regulations. Mexico City says Washington's erred during its 2001 sunset review of the duties, assessing whether abolition might attract cut-priced Mexican pipelines.

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