INDIA: Branded Sports Shoes Hit With Unfair Anti-Dumping Duty
Sales of Reebok, Nike and Adidas sports shoes could be in for a rough ride following the governments move to place an anti-dumping charge of $18.4 per pair on the three companies imports from China. The anti-dumping charge has come in for severe criticism from the sports shoe manufacturers who fell they are being discriminated against, especially in light of the smaller $6.27 per pair anti-dumping duty placed on other manufacturers importing from China.
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