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The U.S. Court of International Trade has ordered the U.S. International Trade Commission to reverse its August 2000 ruling that tin products imported from Japan are hurting U.S. industry, trade sources said Monday.

Earlier this month, the court judged the ITC ruling unfair and groundless and told the independent federal agency to issue a new ruling saying that the Japanese imports are not injuring domestic manufacturers, the sources said.

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