Ecuador wins ITC case regarding shrimp import duties in U.S.

Posted on September 23, 2013 • Filed under: Business, Ecuador, United States reported that the US International Trade Commission (ITC) has dropped countervailing duties on imports of shrimp from Ecuador, local media reported. The ITC ruled that the Coalition of Gulf Shrimp Industry (COGSI), the complainant, failed to attest that it suffered from cheap imports of frozen shrimp from Ecuador as well as four other nations, reported Xinhua . The US commerce department imposed an anti-subsidy tariff of 13.5 percent on the import of Ecuadorian shrimp in August following a complaint lodged by COGSI. Read Article

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