WASHINGTON -- Supermarket retailers have joined a new effort to keep world markets open after a group of domestic shrimpers filed a $2.4 billion anti-dumping petition seeking tariffs on shrimp imported from six countries. The food industry has announced the formation of the Shrimp Task Force, an alliance between the Consuming Trade Industries Action Coalition and the American Seafood Distributors Association, set up to fight the petition filed with the International Trade Commission. The ...

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