3 Oct 2022

In order to protect Peruvian production, the National Institute for the Defense of Competition and the Protection of Intellectual Property (Indecopi) extended until 2026 the antidumping duties for the importation of footwear from China.

 

 

The duties are applied on footwear imports if the shoes in question are cheaper than prices charged locally for similar items. All categories of footwear are covered except for flip-flops and sandals.


The government’s aim is to maintain fair competition between national and imported footwear and avoid damage to local producers. The duties were initiated after a study by Indecopi indicated that the growing trend of cheap imports from China was prejudicing the local industry.


The antidumping duties came into force on November 30, 2021 and with this extension the measure will be applied until November 30, 2026.

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We bring leather, material and fashion businesses together: an opportunity to meet and greet face to face. We bring them from all parts of the world so that they can find fresh partners, discover new customers or suppliers and keep ahead of industry developments.

 

We organise a number of trade exhibitions which focus on fashion and lifestyle: sectors that are constantly in flux, so visitors and exhibitors alike need to be constantly aware both of the changes around them and those forecast for coming seasons.

 

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