A NORWEGIAN salmon producer which had been hit with European Union anti-dumping and countervailing duties after failing to file compulsory performance reports with the European Commission, is expected to be freed from having to pay the tariffs.

Gje-Vi AS was ordered in 1998 to pay the duties, because Brussels claimed that it had broken promises not to dump salmon on European markets and to prove with its accounts that it was trading fairly. However, the company appealed, saying that it had undergone a "significant change of ...

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