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2022-10-18
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Recently, the Brazilian government decided to impose anti-dumping duties on Chinese truck tires again, which attracted strong attention from domestic tire enterprises. Some people in the industry have found that more and more developing countries are joining the anti-dumping ranks of China's exported tires against the material replacement scheme of aging resistant PP that has gradually appeared in recent years

according to relevant institutions, in recent years, in addition to the increasing number of anti-dumping and countervailing cases against Chinese tires in developed countries in Europe and the United States, anti-dumping investigations against Chinese tires from "Asian, African and Latin American" countries such as Asia and South America have also shown a significant upward trend

developing countries have strong arbitrariness in anti-dumping.

according to Zhang Ye, a lawyer at Beijing Kangda law firm, with the increase of China's tire exports, more and more exporting countries have taken "double anti" measures against China's tires, which are not limited to European and American developed countries, but more and more "Asian, African and Latin American" countries have also joined the ranks. In the past two years, the number of countries and cases that have initiated anti-dumping investigations on Chinese tires has soared, and the types of tire products involved are also expanding

as the heart of the host, statistics show that from 2011 to 2014, China has suffered more than 20 "double anti" investigations from other countries, including 14 anti-dumping investigations from developing countries such as Asia and South America, accounting for about 70%, and 7 allegations from Brazil and India alone. Evonik relies on brand-new materials and processes

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relevant people believe that the characteristics of Asian, African and Latin American countries' anti-dumping against Chinese tires are: greater subjectivity in confirming the existence of dumping and determining the dumping margin, lack of necessary transparency, and the government has great discretion in deciding whether low-price dumping constitutes damage to its domestic industry

this feature is clearly reflected in China's tire exports. When these countries determine whether there is dumping in Chinese tire enterprises, they do not really start from the constituent elements of dumping. As long as a domestic enterprise has filed a dumping charge, it is considered that there is indeed dumping, and the corresponding investigation measures are taken immediately

it is reported that, unlike European and American countries, the range of anti-dumping duties levied from developing countries is very large, ranging from more than 10% to hundreds of%. This is reflected in the fact that the anti-dumping tax rate imposed on Chinese tire exports is usually very high

this is because some countries regard China as a "non market economy country", and when calculating the anti-dumping tax rate, it uses the price of "substitute country" as the basis for determining the normal value of export products. However, the selection criteria of "substitute country" are vague and arbitrary, which leads to serious discrimination against China's tire and other export products on the issue of substitute country

the government's response is better.

"'asia, Africa and Latin America 'countries have become the main body of anti-dumping measures against Chinese tires." At the 2015 China Rubber annual conference held a few days ago, Zhang Ye warned the tire enterprises present in his keynote speech

learned that this situation is directly related to the increasing export volume of China's tires. According to the data of enterprises counted by China Rubber Industry Association in 2014, 181million tires were exported nationwide, with a year-on-year increase of 22.6, and exported tires have accounted for 44.9% of the total tire production

what is not commensurate with this is the increasingly obvious trend of rising and falling prices of China's tire exports. The relevant data obtained by tire world shows that the added value and profit of domestic tire exports are relatively low at present. Last year, the average price of exported car tires fell by 8.2% compared with the previous year, and the average price of truck tires fell by 11.4% year-on-year. Relevant analysts believe that if China's tire exports continue to develop in this trend, it is very easy to attract anti-dumping investigations from other countries

it is understood that other countries' trade relief measures for China's tire products are showing a tendency of expansion and complexity: from a single means to a composite means; There are many kinds of tire products involved and they are not expanded; The cases of the same type of tire products being investigated in many countries are increasing

according to relevant sources, the rapid growth of foreign trade in China's tire products is good, but the export market is too concentrated and the price is low, which will easily lead other countries to take trade relief measures in order to protect their own industries. Taking Dongying City, Shandong Province as an example, the value of rubber tires exported to ASEAN in 2014 reached US $173.4 million, accounting for 34.69% of local exports to ASEAN

for this reason, relevant people suggested that in the face of the anti-dumping investigations repeatedly carried out by developing countries against Chinese tires, in addition to urging export enterprises to accumulate international marketing experience and regulating them not to fight a "price war" in terms of competitive means, the government should also actively take countermeasures, learn from the mature mechanism of developed countries in anti-dumping, and make use of the "leverage" and anti-dumping means of international trade, Strive for greater benefits for domestic enterprises. The facts of various countries have proved that the government will be more effective in dealing with anti-dumping

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