India Decided to Extend the Duration of Anti-Dump Taxation against the Chinese Tires

According to the report of Indian newspapers, the Indian government has decided to extend the period of anti-dump taxation against the tires produced by China and Thailand so as to protect it’s own tire industry.

According to Indian Ministry of Finance, the anti-dumping measures against imports of  non-radical tires from China and Thailand would be extended to October 7 this year. Ever since October 8 last year, India has began to exercise anti-dumping duties on these products.

In last October, in response to Indian Automobile Tire Industry Association, the Anti-Dumping Bureau of Indian Commerce and Industry Department carried out investigation into the non-radial tire produced by China and Thailand and decided these products went against the anti-dumping rules.

That was not the first time when India carried out anti-dumping measures against Chinese tires. On January 1st 2010, also under the requirements of the Association of Indian Automotive Tire Industry, the Anti-Dumping Bureau of Commerce and Industry of India ruled to impose anti-dumping duties to the non-radial tires produced by China and Thailand, the amount of which ranging from 24.97% to 88.27%.

Besides, India has also extended the anti-dumping measures against Chinese-made flat-bottomed steel wheels.

Recent Cases of Anti-Dumping Measures against China
On April 6, The US Anti-Subsidy Investigations against Chinese-made Solar Cells published its preliminary rule of levying 2.9 percent to 4.73 percent countervailing duties against Chinese enterprises.
On March 19, the final rule of United States against fluorescent brighteners produced by China decided that an anti-dumping duty of 64% to 109% was to be levied from Chinese enterprises.
On March 12, Canada has made its final rule on the “double reverse” investigation against the Chinese produced oil-tubing nipple, which found that Chinese enterprises have up to 173.4% dumping behavior and 44.7% subsidies.
March 1st Mexican made the final adjudication to the Chinese-made graphite electrode and levied an anti-dumping duty of 68% to 250%.
February 17, India made the final adjudication to the Chinese-made calcined-soda, and levied an anti-dumping duty of $ 36.26 / ton.
January 3, Argentina made the final adjudication to the anti-dumping case of Chinese-made children’s and men’s clothing, and carried out a minimum price limit of $ 81.5 / pc.

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