US: Makers challenge inconsistencies in Federal apparel tariffs
By just-style.com | 1 May 2007
Several apparel and footwear makers, including Steve Madden, Asics and Columbia Sportswear, are challenging an alleged disparity in tariffs between men's and women's wear.
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