BEIJING, March 29 (Reuters) - China on Wednesday stepped up its campaign against the EU decision to impose anti-dumping duties on Chinese-made shoes, saying the move lacks factual and legal support and will hurt European consumers. The European Union's decision to treat Chinese shoemakers as state-nurtured companies and not freely competing market players lacked "fairness and legitimacy," the spokesman for China's Ministry of Commerce said in a statement issued on the ministry Web site. ...
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