The United States launched a “double anti” survey of Chinese plastic decorative ribbons

Xinhua News Agency, Washington, January 17 (Reporter Gao Pan Jinzheng) The Ministry of Commerce of the United States announced on the 17th to investigate anti -dumping and anti -subsidy (“double anti”) investigations on plastic decorative ribbons imported from China.

The U.S. Department of Commerce issued a statement on the same day that the above survey was initiated based on the appeal proposed by the BERWICK OFFRAY company in the United States last December. The company has accused the above -mentioned products imported from China in the US market with a dumping range of 74.34 % to 370.04 %. At the same time, relevant Chinese manufacturers and exporters were accused of accepting unfair government subsidies.

According to the US Trade Relief Policy Procedure, the US International Trade Commission will make preliminary rulings around February 12. If the committee ruled that the above -mentioned products imported from China caused substantial threats or damage to related industries in the United States, the US Department of Commerce will continue to conduct anti -dumping and anti -subsidy investigations, and it is expected that the subsidy and dumping amplitude will be allowed in March and June respectively. A preliminary ruling.


According to data from the US Department of Commerce, the amount of products imported from China from China in 2016 was about $ 18.1 million.

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce has repeatedly stated that it is hoped that the US government will abide by the commitment to oppose trade protectionism, jointly maintain a free, open, and fair international trade environment, and properly handle trade frictions in a more rational way.

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