CANADA: Duties Imposed On Waterproof Footwear
Canadian customs chiefs have imposed duties on certain types of waterproof footwear from Hong Kong, Macao, and Vietnam after launching a probe into dumping claims by domestic footwear industry bosses. Officials from the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA) said in a news release the provisional duties of 26 per cent to 187 per cent will not apply to imports of equestrian riding boots, ski boots, and skating boots.
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