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Vietnam Accused of 'Dumping' Shrimp on U.S.

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The U.S. International Trade Commission last month ruled there was "reasonable indication" Vietnam was dumping shrimp on the U.S. market. The Southern Shrimp Alliance welcomed the ITC ruling. But some U.S. businessmen abroad say shrimp exports from Vietnam to the United States actually create more jobs than they take away. Hear NPR's Michael Sullivan.

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