Local producers denounce the practice of triangulation, smuggling, under-invoicing and reporting new footwear coming from China as used.
In 2012 footwear exports generated $35 million, though at the end of 2014 this figure recorded a reduction of $4.2 million. The opposite has occured with imports, which between 2012 and 2013 amounted to $143 million and in 2014 increased by $7 million, according to figures from the Bank of Guatemala (Banguat).
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