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Dump The Duties: Add your voice

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It is very disappointing. The EU footwear manufacturing industry has already declined and all anti dumping has served to do is introduce a further tax on the public, increase prices and negatively impact retailers and trade –contributing to the loss of jobs on the high street. The fluctuation of currency exchange rates are par for the course, its frustrating but if one of my Italian shoes are more expensive so are everybody else’s. Currency fluctuation is a necessary evil – anti dumping is an unnecessary evil. Harvey Jacobson, managing director of footwear supplier Jacobson Group

Posted date

19 October 2009

Posted time

5:58 pm

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