PORTLAND, Ore. (Jan. 9)—Columbia Sportswear Co. said it has won an anti-dumping decision in Canada over its rubber-bottomed, cold-weather footwear sold in that nation. The Canadian International Trade Tribunal ruled Columbia and its Sorel subsidiary didn't hurt the Canadian footwear industry by importing boots made in Macao and Vietnam. Additional duties required of the companies since last September will be refunded, Columbia said
U.S. firm wins Canadian footwear dumping case
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