Timberland Feels The Sting Of Duties And Poor Boot Sales

The European anti-dumping duties, put in place to regulate footwear imports into the European Union from China and Vietnam, will cost Timberland roughly $10 million in 2006, according to the company. A majority of the 6-7 million pairs of shoes Timberland ships to Europe, representing 20-25 percent of its global ...

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