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Monday, March 05, 2007



 

 

 

   U.S. Prelim Anti-Dumping Duty on Shrimp

  The U.S. Department of Commerce announced preliminary anti-dumping duty (averaging 10.54%) on shrimp from India, China, Vietnam, Brazil, Ecuador, and Thailand.
     
 

The U.S. Department of Commerce announced preliminary anti-dumping duty (averaging 10.54%) on shrimp from India, China, Vietnam, Brazil, Ecuador, and Thailand. Cited as a mandatory respondent, Hindustan Lever's shrimp exports will attract a 24.52 per cent.

The Department of Commerce has given all respondents 120 days to respond to charges and file objections against this preliminary determination.

 

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