Law360, New York (August 12, 2013, 3:15 PM EDT) -- Representatives of India and Vietnam's shrimp industries told the U.S. International Trade Commission last week that there is “no evidence” that Gulf Coast shrimp businesses are being hurt by allegedly subsidized foreign shrimp imports, saying the domestic industry has rebounded after the disastrous BP oil spill.
India and Vietnam are among seven countries that could face punitive measures if the ITC determines the U.S. shrimp industry is injured by foreign imports. The agency is scheduled to hold a public hearing on the matter Tuesday.
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