Duties Are Now Almost Certain

At its regular weekly meeting next Wednesday, the European Commission is largely expected to vote in favor of the Feb. 23 proposals of Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson for provisional anti-dumping duties on certain types of leather shoes from China, without any changes. However, European importers and their sourcing agents in ...

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