GENEVA — Nine World Trade Organization members led by Japan and the European Union on Thursday filed a complaint with the WTO’s dispute-settlement body over a new U.S. antidumping law that many say violates international trade pacts.

The Byrd Amendment allows antidumping tariffs collected by U.S. authorities to be distributed to domestic industries.

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