Brazilian manufacturers ask for better import protection

A deteriorating trade balance is leading Brazilian shoe manufacturers to ask the federal government for measures intended to make the existing anti-dumping duties on Chinese footwear and components more effective. They continue to complain about apparently blatant cases of “triangulation” through Vietnam, Indonesia and also Paraguay, a country where no ...

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