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The World Trade Organization is to investigate claims that the US is imposing illegal tariffs on imported orange juice and lumber. The WTO's Dispute Settlement Body has decided that a panel of experts will examine the issue, following complaints from Brazil about a tax imposed by the State of Florida on orange and grapefruit juice. Their deliberations usually take around one year to complete.


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