CHINA: EU retailers warn against new shoe import taxes
By just-style.com | 5 June 2006
Retailers and trade groups from across Europe are warning that rising shipping costs may lead to a hike in the price of imported shoes from China and Vietnam - and are urging the European Commission to abandon plans to extend anti-dumping duties that could hurt stores and consumers even further.
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