Growing Wolverine Expects $4-5m Extra Costs In 2007 From Duties

During a conference call organized by Wolverine World Wide Wednesday to comment on its quarterly results, investors asked what the group would do if the 2-year anti-dumping duties on leather shoes from China and Vietnam were to be approved by the European Council of Ministers, and some remained hopeful that ...

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