WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Senate on Monday voted to preserve the Commerce Department's ability to impose countervailing duties on subsidized goods from "non-market economies" like China, after a recent U.S. court ruling struck that practice down.
The House of Representatives could take up the measure as early as Tuesday, a congressional aide said
(Reporting by Doug Palmer, Editing by Andrea Ricci)
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