GENEVA South Korea won an appeal ruling at the World Trade Organization on Wednesday in a dispute with the United States over U.S. duties on Korean-made washing machines and reversed part of the earlier ruling that had gone in Washington's favor.
South Korea complained to the WTO in 2014 about the way the United States accused it of unfairly pricing and subsidizing its washing machines. A WTO panel of adjudicators partially backed South Korea's case in March but rejected part of its claim.
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