INDONESIA: EU Footwear Exports Set To Rise?
Indonesia will be given the chance to boost its shoe shipments to the EU in the light of anti-dumping probes into China and Vietnam's export activities, footwear association Aprisindo has said.
Asia Pulse reported that Aprisindo secretary general Yudhi Komarudin believes Indonesia will take some of China and Vietnam's market share as it produces better quality shoes at reasonably good prices.
The European Confederation of Footwear Industry has launched anti-dumping petitions against China and Vietnam's exports, accusing them of flooding the market with below-price footwear.
Indonesia is Europe's third-biggest provider shoes, topped only by China and Vietnam.
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