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Feds Peel off From Gulf Shrimp Industry Proposal


When Gulf shrimp is involved, it's usually a pretty easy sell. But the feds were undeterred by superior seafood this week when the topic was trade regulations. On Friday, the U.S. International Trade Commission voted down a shrimp coalition proposal for new export taxes on other nations' crusteaceans.


Gulf Shrimpers Look to Battle Foreign Exports Head-On


Gulf shrimpers are sounding the call of duty to combat foreign imports. Subsidies and price undercutting on the world market is leaving other countries with an unfair advantage when it comes to America's fast growing craving for crusteaceans, according to a petition filed by a newly-formed Gulf shrimpers' group.


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