India Stakes Out The Void Left By Duties Against China And Vietnam In Europe

The European anti-dumping duties against leather footwear from China and Vietnam have led a large Indian shoe company, Mirza International to forecast revenues of 1 billion rupees (€17.4m-$22.1m) for its 3rd quarter. In the 2nd quarter, its net sales rose to Rs851 million (€14.8m-$18.8m), as compared to Rs550 million in ...

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