Brazil's shrimp farmers decry proposed U.S. penalties

03/10/2004 | NYTimes.com

A U.S. shrimping group has asked the federal government to impose tariffs on Brazilian shrimp imports, saying the cheaply-farmed shrimp threatens to decimate their industry. But the Brazilian shrimp growers, backed by the American Seafood Distributors Association, say they have found a way to produce shrimp at a lower cost than can be achieved by trawlers shrimping in the Gulf of Mexico.

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