Shrimp subsidies in five nations undercutting U.S. prices, importers must pay bonds up to nearly 63 percent to offset – US Commerce

“It’s a good day. It means that a substantial percentage of the shrimp imported into this country will face some level of at least temporary tariff until such time as the final determine is made about the amount, if any,” said David Veal, executive director of a group representing shrimp processors in the five Gulf of Mexico states, Georgia and North Carolina. continued

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