DEFINITIVE anti-dumping duties have been imposed by the EU on two

Norwegian salmon-exporting companies - Marstein Seafood AS and Westmarine AS - for failing to meet the conditions of an exemption granted in 1999 when duties were placed on other exporters. The companies have given no explanation for their failure to provide the requested reports.

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