An ill-conceived tariff on imported shoes was cobbled together during the Great Depression. While much has changed in the ensuing seven decades, strangely, the shoe tariff is still being paid today. Will that change?
- By George Lau
Proponents of “Affordable Footwear Act” seek traction for legislation
By: George Lauriat | Sep 13 2009 at 08:00 PM | Channel(s): International Trade