WASHINGTON -- The U.S. International Trade Commission and the Commerce Department here are expected to impose stiff tariffs on pasta imported from Italy and Turkey this week in an effort to stop alleged dumping of less-expensive, imported pasta. The ITC took action in response to countervailing duty and dumping cases filed by Borden, Columbus, Ohio; Gooch Foods, Lincoln, Neb., and Hershey Foods Corp., Hershey, Pa. Domestic manufacturers claim the European Community unfairly subsidizes pasta ...

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