THE UNITED States has launched a disputes case at the World Trade Organisation against Mexico, complaining about its southern neighbour's antidumping duties on American beef exports. Washington is claiming that Mexico broke WTO rules in framing these duties, notably its choice of data used in dumping investigations and its methods of measuring alleged injuries suffered by Mexican beef producers.

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