Export blocked China's tire industry "Where is the way?"

Recently, trade frictions around the export of automobile tires in China have frequently entered public view, and their industrial prospects are unavoidably worrying. There is no doubt that China’s tire companies should be treated fairly in international trade, and they must use relevant channels to ensure that their legitimate rights and interests are not infringed by narrow trade protection. However, this does not mean that there will be a slight reduction in the importance and sense of urgency of upgrading industrial technology and striving for the upper reaches of the industry.

Experts suggest that vigorously develop green tires and enhance recycling. In the international competition, the real strong players can only create competitive strength in technological innovation, and create industry status in the industry leadership. From this point of view, we expect the tire companies to once again confirm the ancient saying “born in misery”.

China's tire industry is now subject to "anti-dumping" or "special protection" surveys in more than 10 countries.

On November 20, 2013, the United States issued an announcement deciding to conduct a rapid sunset review of the anti-dumping and countervailing duty orders applicable to non-road tires in China to determine whether the cancellation of the above-mentioned taxation order may lead to the continuance or recurrence of damages.

The non-road tires double-insurgency case was filed on July 30, 2007. On September 4, 2008, the United States formally imposed anti-dumping and countervailing duties on non-road tires. The anti-dumping duty rate was zero to 210.48%, and the countervailing duty rate was It is 2.45% to 14%. On September 11, 2009, President Barack Obama decided to impose a tariff on China's tire special protection case for a period of three years. The first year will impose a 35% tariff on tires imported from China, 30% on the second year, and 25% on the third year. This has become the United States "tire special protection case."

The United States is not the only country that has conducted anti-dumping investigations on our tires or formally imposed dumping duties. In August of this year, Brazil stated that it had concluded its anti-dumping review of imported automobile tires from China. The results of the review decided that an anti-dumping tax of 1.08-2.17 USD/kg will be levied on Chinese-made automobile tires.

In addition, Argentina, Colombia, Egypt, Mexico, South Africa and other countries have initiated anti-dumping investigations on their tyres originating in China and formally imposed dumping duties. The EU Tire Labeling Act, which began in 2012, imposes more stringent requirements on the performance of imported tires. At present, 30% of China's passenger tires do not meet the minimum requirements for rolling resistance in the first phase of the EU, and 70% do not meet the minimum requirements for the second phase.

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