WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Supermarket retailers may see an increase in salmon prices if recommendations by the Department of Commerce for tariffs on many Chilean salmon imports are approved by the International Trade Commission here. The DOC's recommended tariffs, which will be accepted or rejected by the ITC on or by July 15, follow an 11-month DOC investigation based on allegations by eight U.S. salmon producers in Maine and Washington State, who are represented by the Fair Atlantic Salmon ...

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