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AJUFE participates in a seminar on textile & garment commerce

Apr '07
ABIT promoted a seminar for federal judges together with AJUFE - Association of Federal Judges - aimed at debating foreign trade control, follow-up and inspection mechanisms for textiles and garments. The seminar was held March 22 in Brasília and it had the support of several entities.

It had nearly 40 participants including judges, high court justices and government authorities. ABIT director-superintendent, Fernando Pimentel opened the seminar reiterating the importance of the event.

“This partnership between ABIT and AJUFE is very timely because the textile and apparel sector is getting hit in an unfair manner by an enormous volume of imports that enter the country below cost, with false documentation, not to mention the contraband. We need to debate the mechanisms involving these crimes directly with the courts in order to protect not only a sector, but an entire society,” Pimentel emphasized.

“The issues that afflict the textile sector do not only create anguish in the sector, but in all of us. To enable the jurist to understand, identify, settle and know the economic causes and consequences of their decisions is part of AJUFE's mission. It is up to the judges to seek training in these new legal demands through multidisciplinary knowledge. We know the textile sector is a world reference due to its complexity and economic representativeness. This seminar we give us the chance to foster this knowledge,” declared Walter Nunes, AJUFE president.

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