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U.S. Shrimpers Seek Protection from Imports

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U.S. Shrimpers Seek Protection from Imports

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U.S. Shrimpers Seek Protection from Imports

U.S. Shrimpers Seek Protection from Imports

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Fishermen in eight southern states are asking the government to crack down on imports of cheap shrimp. A petition filed by the fishermen claims countries such as China, Vietnam and India are dumping low-price farm-raised shrimp on the U.S. market. NPR's Adam Hochberg reports.

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