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Senate upholds duties on China and Vietnam subsidies

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The US Senate has voted to uphold Washington's ability to impose duties on subsidised goods from China and Vietnam.

This follows a US court ruling against the practice. The House of Representatives is expected to pass the bill, which will then go to President Barack Obama to sign into law.

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Opponents say the measure escalates tensions between the two countries.

Those who support the bill say it protects thousands of American jobs.

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