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2022-08-19
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Thailand is optimistic about the impact of anti-dumping duties on U.S. tires

according to the news from Thailand on January 10, Thailand undoubtedly provides energy for the industrial transformation of Nanzhuang. The Ministry of commerce is optimistic about the anti-dumping duties (AD) measures on newly imported tires taken by the U.S. authorities, and believes that compared with China, Thailand has been imposed 13 The impact of the 20% ad tax is not as great as the figures show

the U.S. Department of Commerce announced a new anti-dumping duty on imported tires on December 30, 2020, and imposed a 13 20% of the anti-dumping penalty tax. The tax rate is slightly lower than the tax rate of% of imported car tires from Thailand advocated by the United Steelworkers union

without submitting the request for review, the high anti-dumping duty will take effect immediately within the agreed time. However, Thailand is ready to discuss relevant differences with the United States on May 13, 2021

& domestic raw material enterprises need to improve and make more room for other equipment. The following aspects: emsp; In addition to Thailand, South Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam are among the countries and regions subject to anti-dumping duties imposed by the United States this time. Thai auto tire export enterprises and relevant departments will try their best to explain relevant issues with the United States before the new round of anti-dumping duties is announced

the United Steelworkers' Union of America filed a lawsuit with the government to carry out an anti-dumping investigation on imported automobile tires, because in, the import of automobile tires from Thailand increased by 20% year-on-year, and a total of 85.3 million tires were imported, worth $4.4 billion

it is reported that in 2019, American individuals and companies imported automobile tires worth US $12.487 billion, an increase of 2.54% year-on-year, of which Thailand alone increased by 20.76%, worth US $2.59266 billion, an increase of 25.80%. Thailand's two auto tire export enterprises were affected by anti-dumping tariffs this time, and imposed punitive tariffs of 13.25% and 22.21% from none

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