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22 July 2021
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GRTU is extremely pleased the European Commission has confirmed that anti-dumping duties on Chinese and Vietnamese footwear imports to terminate by end March 2011.
The currently applied antidumping duties on footwear with leather uppers from China and Vietnam are set to expire at the end of March 2011. This information is officially confirmed by a notice of impending expiry published by the Commission in the EU Official Journal.
The expiry of these antidumping duties coincides with a Commission announcement to monitor for one year the evolution of the relevant imports of footwear (from China, Vietnam and Macao), "with a view to facilitate swift appropriate action should the situation so require".
Reportedly, the Commission had to concede the one-year monitoring in order to facilitate the European shoes manufacturers' decision to withdraw their request for further extension of the duties.
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