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October 29, 2003 

Support Grows for Antidumping Petition on Imported Shrimp

Support is growing for the Southern Shrimp Alliance's efforts to file an antidumping petition against imported shrimp after the Louisiana Shrimp association recently announced that it is likely to the antidumping effort. The countries targeted by the petitions could include at least China, India, Thailand, Ecuador, Vietnam, Brazil and Mexico, which are the major shrimp exporters to the United States.


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