Europe Will Put An End To Shoe Duties At Last, But Sourcing Is Still A Problem

The European Union will not renew the anti-dumping duties on imports of leather shoes from China and Vietnam that it introduced at the end of 2006 after they expire on March 31. As it turns out, the European shoe industry federation, CEC, did propose their extension before Christmas after an ...

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