US Likely to Investigate in Auto Parts from China
Saturday, Feb 04,2012, 9:21:33 PM
The Bureau of Fair Trade for Imports and Exports, a unit of China's Ministry of Commerce, February 2 issued an emergency warning that the US would launch more anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations in auto parts and components from China.
The Alliance for American Manufacturing and the US congressmen including Scott Brown held a press conference on January 31, saying China's subsidies to auto industry damaged the industry in the US and appealing the US government to take measures to constrain auto part and component imports from China and launch more anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations in the products such as engines, auto electronic equipment and tires.
The commerce ministry suggests that associations and companies keep close watch and get ready to deal with.
The ministry used to state in an announcement in the middle of December last year that China imposed anti-dumping and anti-subsidy taxes on imported sedans and SUVs with emission being over 2.5 liters made in the US for two years from December 15, 2011 to December 14, 2013.
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