The tire special protection case expires in September, and the residual temperature of tire anti-dumping has not decreased.
the U.S. tire special protection measures against China will expire on September 26 this year. Once again, facing the large export market of the United States, many Chinese tire enterprises have begun to be eager to try. Although affected to some extent by the "tire warranty case" in 2009, there is still no other country that can shake the position of the United States as the first market for China's tire exports. The data of the whole year of 2011 and the end of May 2012 show that the United States is the largest country in China's tire exports, whether it is truck tires or car tires
in terms of the total export volume of China's car tires, 1.42 million tons of car tires were exported in 2011, an increase of 6.8% over the previous year. Affected by the special safeguard case, the number of exports to the United States continued to decline by 17.7% (down by 19% in 2010), with a total annual export volume of 290400 tons. From January to may 2012, the total amount of high-voltage used in export experiments increased by 10% year-on-year, and the number exported to the United States finally stopped declining, with a year-on-year increase of 12.3%
according to the analysis of relevant people, on the one hand, this shows that the U.S. economy is recovering, on the other hand, it shows that the impact of the tire warranty case is gradually weakening
in terms of truck tyres, China exported a total of 2.06 million tons in 2011, an increase of 12% over the previous year, and 378300 tons were exported to the United States, an increase of 12.8% over the previous year. From January to may 2012, the export of truck and bus tires increased by 20.4% year-on-year, and the quantity exported to the United States was 169000 tons
in September this year, the special tire warranty case will expire, which is good news for Chinese tire enterprises. In this regard, the heads of several tire enterprises said that the total export volume and net profit in the second half of the year are expected to increase
however, some people remind that Chinese tire enterprises must establish a "crisis awareness with a density of about 1.3g/cm3". If they do not timely adjust the industrial structure and change "small profits but quick turnover" to "excellent quality and value for money", they will inevitably encounter similar difficulties again
the storm after the special safeguard case has not completely subsided, and Colombia's anti-dumping investigation has resumed. It is reported that on June 22 this year, Columbia Jinan Shijin Experimental Machine Manufacturing Co., Ltd., a manufacturer specializing in the production and sales of experimental machines, launched an anti-dumping investigation on Chinese tires. According to the data, in 2011, China exported 30000 tons of Colombian tires. In the first five months of 2012, China exported 166800 tons of tires to Colombia
although the Colombian market is "insignificant" compared with the large market of the United States, this policy will also have a certain impact on some tire enterprises. Some people believe that Chinese enterprises still have deficiencies in the "method" of actively avoiding anti-dumping
it is understood that China's tire industry has been subject to anti-dumping investigations by more than 10 countries, including India, Argentina, Egypt, Brazil and Turkey. In the future, as an emerging trading power, China's economic and trade exchanges with countries around the world are expanding day by day. Under the fierce market competition, there are inevitably more and more opportunities for trade frictions and disputes
in this regard, relevant experts said: "the fundamental reason for anti-dumping is that China's labor force is relatively" cheap ", and many workers take 80 for their meager work × 80mm or 80mm wide strips do heavy work, and the natural cost of the products produced is lower. This leads to the appearance that it damages the rights and interests of local industries in the eyes of exporting countries. At present, adjusting the industrial structure, optimizing product quality and raising product prices are more feasible ways to avoid anti-dumping. "
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