Chinese Producers, EU Reps Slated to Meet Over Duties

Zarocostas, John
June 2006
FN: Footwear News;6/19/2006, Vol. 62 Issue 25, p4
The article reports that a group of Chinese footwear exporters will meet with top European Union (EU) officials in Brussels, Belgium to oppose provisional anti-dumping duties of up to 19.4 percent on certain leather footwear products. During his visit to China in early June 2006, Peter Mandelson, EU trade commissioner, came under heavy attack from China's commerce minister, Bo Xilai, who insisted the way the case was handled had not been fair.


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