U.S. tire imports ruling fails to tally with facts
18/07/2009 § Leave a comment
China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Friday that the ruling of the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) against Chinese tire imports was "not consistent with facts".
Members of the U.S. ITC suggested that the United States should impose 35 to 55 percent duties over next three years on certain Chinese passenger vehicle and light truck tires "to prevent or remedy the market disruption."
When one reads the Duhmerican’t press it’s full of articles about how alleged Chinese protectionist policies are preventing Duhmerican’t companies from selling in China, conveniently ignoring the obvious fact that Duhmerica doesn’t make anything that China can’t make itself. It appears that quite the opposite is the case, its the Duhmerican’ts that are not ‘competing’ or ‘trading’ fairly.