The Tire Retread and Repair Information Bureau (TRIB) shared news from The European Retread Association (BIPAVER) on the European Commission’s recent determination on Anti-Dumping (AD) measures.
The Chinese government has reportedly stated it will take action if the newly issued tariffs made by the U.S. Department of Commerce infringe on the country’s trade rights, the China Daily reports.
Once again, the U.S. Department of Commerce has postponed its preliminary anti-dumping duty determination on truck and bus tires imported from China. In a June 2 Federal Register notice, the Commerce Department announced it will move the preliminary ruling back 50 days to Aug. 26. The Commerce Department originally scheduled the determination to be issued
The United States International Trade Commission has voted to conduct further investigations into truck and bus tires imported from China. This is the final phase of investigations. In a 4:2 vote the commission determined that there “is a reasonable indication that a U.S. industry is materially injured or threatened with material injury by reason of
Preliminary anti-dumping duties for certain passenger and light truck tires imported from China were set Jan. 21, 2015, by the Commerce Department’s International Trade Administration. The duty rates vary between 19.17% and 87.99% before adjustments. As a result of the investigation, the following companies were handed a 19.17% duty rate before adjustments: Giti Tire Global Trading Pte. Ltd.,