Eu Approves Two Years Of Duties, But New Inquiry Will Likely Stretch Them

Customs authorities throughout the European Union have started to charge anti-dumping duties of 10 percent on shoes with leather uppers coming in from Vietnam and 16.5 percent on those imported from China for a period of two years, following a widely expected decision by the European Council of Ministers. Political ...

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