EU Anti Dumping Duty on Chinese Footwear to end?

14 February 2011

It appears that the European Confederation of Footwear will not seek a renewal of Anti-Dumping Duties (ADD) on imports of footwear from China and Vietnam.

Existing ADD on these products is due to expire on 31 March 2011 and is already the subject of a complaint at the World Trade Organisation (WTO).

Instead of ADD (and unless the Confederation changes its mind) it is being proposed that there will be a permanent monitoring regime on Chinese and Vietnamese shoe prices and if evidence of dumping was to arise, the confederation would immediately request the reintroduction of ADD.

We are still awaiting final and official verification of the position so keep an eye on our Latest News Section.

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