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Impose anti-dumping duty on shoe imports, demands CICEG

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Jun '06
Mexican footwear importing companies have arranged a meeting with Vietnamese embassy in Mexico in order to find suitable solution against possibility of anti-dumping case by Guanajuato state's Leather and Footwear Council (CICEG).

In May 2006, CICEG proposed that the Mexico Government should impose anti-dumping duties on Vietnamese leather shoes, as these shoes cost around US $5-8 per pair making them much cheaper than their domestic counterparts, adversely affecting the local manufacturers.

Statistics reveal that Vietnam exports 16 million pairs of shoes to Mexico, annually.

However, Mexican importing companies defend Vietnamese shoes imports, explaining that these belong to sports shoes category made of synthetic materials that is not a leading item produced in Guanajuato.

According to CICEG's proposal, shoes from Vietnam should be slapped with 232 percent anti-dumping duties as applicable for similar Chinese products.

Fibre2fashion, News Desk - Vietnam


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