UPDATE 1-U.S. opens anti-dumping probe on Chinese mattresses after complaints

The United States is investigating alleged dumping of China-made mattresses after complaints from several U.S. manufacturers, including Leggett & Platt Inc, Tempur Sealy International Inc and others, the Department of Commerce said on Friday.

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