Overview   |    Products and Services    |    News   |    Forum   |    Chinese Steel Weekly   |    China Steel Report   |    Contact Us
  Chinese Steel Weekly
Chinese Steel Weekly-20170216
Chinese Steel Weekly-20170209
Chinese Steel Weekly-20170202
Chinese Steel Weekly-20170126
Chinese Steel Weekly-20170119
Chinese Steel Weekly-20170112
Chinese Steel Weekly-20170105
Chinese Steel Weekly-20160613
Chinese Steel Weekly-20160530
Chinese Steel Weekly-20160516
Chinese Steel Weekly-20160509
Chinese Steel Weekly-20160503
Chinese Steel Weekly-20160418
Chinese Steel Weekly-20160321
Chinese Steel Weekly-20160307
Chinese Steel Weekly-20160222
Chinese Steel Weekly-20160215
Chinese Steel Weekly-20160118
Chinese Steel Weekly-20160111
Chinese Steel Weekly-20160104
Chinese Steel Weekly-20151228
Chinese Steel Weekly-20151221
Chinese Steel Weekly-20151214
Chinese Steel Weekly-20151130
Chinese Steel Weekly-20151123
Chinese Steel Weekly-20151116
Chinese Steel Weekly-20151109
Chinese Steel Weekly-20150907
Chinese Steel Weekly-20150817
Chinese Steel Weekly-20150810
Chinese Steel Weekly-20150803
Chinese Steel Weekly-20150727
Chinese Steel Weekly-20150525
Chinese Steel Weekly-20150511
Chinese Steel Weekly-20150413
  > China Metallurgical Planning Net > Chinese Steel Weekly  
Chinese Steel Weekly-20170209


China suffers more trade remedy probes from US in 2016


BEIJING - Chinese exporters have suffered a total of 20 trade remedy probes initiated by the United States in 2016, an 81.1 percent increase year on year, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.

The 11 anti-dumping and nine anti-subsidy investigations involved $3.7 billion, up 131 percent from 2015, the MOC said.

Recently, the US published a series of trade remedy rulings involving Chinese products, including truck and bus tyres as well as imports of Chinese stainless steel sheet and strip.

China suffered 140 trade remedy measures from the United States as of the end of 2016, including 102 anti-dumping and 38 anti-subsidy measures, according to MOC data.

"Given that the trade scale between China and the US is huge, it is normal that trade frictions will occur," said Wang Hejun, head of the MOC's trade remedy and investigation bureau. "However, it is noticeable that the US is imposing high taxes on Chinese imports and many of its measures are against WTO rules."

Wang said that China hoped to work with the United States to solve trade friction through negotiation within the WTO framework for a win-win relationship.

Last year, Chinese exporters suffered a record 119 trade remedy probes, initiated by 27 countries or regions, a 36.8 percent increase year on year.

"Trade friction is normally sporadic and played under the WTO rules, resulting from normal international trade activities, while trade wars lay aside trade rules and usually involving large trade sums," Wang said. "We do not want trade wars..., but we will be well-prepared for and are capable of defending our own rights and interests."


(Source: China Daily)

  [ Close ]
Inter-mail copyright © 2012beplay官网
Copyright © 2012-2015 China Metallurgical Industry Planning and Research Institute
Address: 46# Dongsixi Dajie, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China
Postcode: 100711 Telephone: 86-10-65256519 Fax: 86-10-65256519