However, it also rejected some of the findings of the Geneva-based organization’s dispute settlement panel which were in India's favour.
The body has also recommended that the US should modify its norms and bring them in line with the WTO's agreement.
After India filed its complaint at the WTO in 2012, the dispute settlement panel of the body in July this year had ruled in India's favour against USA's imposition of higher duties on New Delhi's steel imports.
A member country can challenge panel's ruling and approach Appellate Body of the WTO.
US Department of Commerce (USDOC) had imposed countervailing duty (CVD) on India's exports of hot rolled carbon steel flat products.
As per reports, Washington has imposed duties of about 300 percent on these product imports.
US had imposed the higher duties on steel imports from India arguing that some domestic companies were being indirectly subsidized by the Indian government.

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