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GMAC seeks duty-free status on shoe exports

GMAC seeks duty-free status on shoe exports

The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) held a meeting with its member footwear producers yesterday to discuss the potential for the US to expand its GSP (Generalised System of Preferences) programme to include Cambodian footwear exports to the US.

GMAC proposed to embark on a lobby to obtain GSP duty-free status for footwear ahead of the scheduled US renewal of the programme at the end of the year. Last year, the US revised its GSP programme to include Cambodian travel goods.

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