US Maintains Decision to Lift Anti-Dumping Duties on Vietnamese Shrimp

The U.S. Department of Commerce announced Wednesday that its April decision scrapping anti-dumping duties on 32 Vietnamese shrimp exporters stays in effect.

This means that the 32 Vietnamese exporters of frozen warm-water shrimp will face zero percent anti-dumping duties, Ho Quoc Luc, General Director of Sao Ta Food JSC, a Vietnamese supplier of shrimp and other seafood, told local press.

The Department of Commerce (DOC) had in April temporarily scrapped preliminary anti-dumping duties of 4.58 percent on the 32 companies after conducting a periodical administrative review to decide whether shrimp exported by the Vietnamese enterprises were being dumped on the U.S. market.

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