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|Friday, June 19, 2009|
The U.S. International Trade Commission says cheap Chinese tires are undercutting the U.S. market. But limits on tire imports would deeply affect local tire companies such as Les Schwab Tire Centers, which would then be forced to raise prices and cut jobs.
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