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December 31, 2003 

American Seafood Distributors Announce Opposition to Shrimp Antidumping Case

Shortly after the filing of the antidumping petition on imported shrimp, the American Seafood Distributors Association (ASDA) stated that they will "vigorously oppose" the action. In a press release, ASDA's president said that "We look forward to the opportunity to explain to the International Trade Commission in the coming weeks why continuing access to imported shrimp is essential to the financial well-being of literally thousands of American businesses and individuals who are employed by those businesses. Moreover, the inescapable truth is that, even if successful, this case will not generate a single additional pound of domestic shrimp sales because the Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic shrimp fisheries are being fished to their maximum capacity right now.



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