EU tariffs on Vietnam exports 'unfair'

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The head of one of the world's biggest coffee exporters has criticised the European Union for imposing tariffs on Vietnamese goods.

The South East Asian economy relies heavily on exports, but developed economies like the United States and the European Union claim cheap goods are putting their own home-grown firms out of business.

Nguyen Thi Nga, chairman of Intimex, spoke to the BBC's Pauline Mason. She told her that punishment duties on cheap clothes and shoes exported from Vietnam were unfair and damaging.

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