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Five ceramic enterprises were sampled by EU ceramic anti-dumping investigations

2019-12-11
On the afternoon of March 20th, the reporter learned from the Foshan Office of the China Ceramic Industry Association that the results of the European Union's preliminary anti-dumping ceramics sampling survey were announced. Five enterprise groups from 400 participating companies were investigated and responded to. From February 16th, the European Commission issued a notice about the European Union's notification of the beginning of anti-dumping investigations on Chinese ceramic kitchen utensils for about one month. It is reported that before March 29th, China Ceramic Industry Association and China Light Industry Arts & Crafts Import & Export Chamber of Commerce will submit comments to the European Commission.

According to the latest news learned from the China Ceramic Industry Association, after the European Union launched an anti-dumping investigation on my ceramic kitchen utensils in February this year, nearly 400 export companies filed applications for suit within the time limit announced. After review, the European Commission initially decided to select five of these companies as sample companies to participate in the survey, which is 1. Hunan Hualian Porcelain Co., Ltd. 2. Guangxi Sanhuan Enterprise Group, 3. Shenzhen City Star Industrial Co., Ltd. 4. Zhuhai City Chenli Import & Export Co., Ltd. 5. Chaozhou Baolian Ceramics Co., Ltd.

"From the perspective of the five companies selected, the spot check results are very representative and the geographical distribution of the enterprises is also representative. This is manifested in the selection of the famous white porcelain products of Guangxi Beiliu Sanhuan Group, and it was once a national day. Hunan Hualian Porcelain Co., Ltd. with a ceramic supplier.” Lan Weibing, director of the Foshan Office of the China Ceramic Industry Association, said that the China Light Industry Arts and Crafts Import and Export Chamber of Commerce and the China Ceramic Industry Association have done a lot of work and should say this time. For more than 400 companies participating in the questionnaire, the enthusiasm was very high and exceeded expectations, which will bring more positive news to the anti-dumping and responding of the ceramics industry in the future. Enterprises must have a standardized financial system and statements, purchase prices of raw materials and preservation of bills, etc., which are beneficial to the EU's daily questionnaire survey on daily ceramics.

It is understood that more than 120 enterprises participated in the EU anti-dumping questionnaire survey on Chinese ceramic tiles last year, and 3 sample surveys and 11 related companies were far below the amount of daily porcelain anti-dumping.

As for the outcome of this preliminary anti-dumping investigation? The Blue Guard recommends that there be three points: The first step is that all involved companies, including those with the EU market as the main battlefield, must participate in the questionnaire. Should the case enter the final ruling, this participation in the survey will result in the end of the future even if there is no sample questionnaire. The weighted average tax rate can be obtained when the decision is made, so the possibility of obtaining a relatively low tax rate is very high. In the second step, the above surveyed companies, regardless of the outcome, must find a good lawyer and must do a good job of the questionnaire. Do not withdraw from responding. The preliminary results of the five companies will, to some extent, affect the weighted average tax rate. Therefore, the more ideal the results of the five companies responding, the better the weighted average tax rate will be. Third, the association The Chamber of Commerce and the Chamber of Commerce will work with companies to form a group to conduct defense without damages in the industry and strive to cancel the final ruling of anti-dumping cases.

According to statistics from the China Ceramic Association, there are more than 2,000 companies involved in the case in China, and the companies involved are concentrated in Chaozhou, Guangdong, Beiliu, Guangxi, Liling, Hunan, Tangshan, Hebei, and Zibo, Shandong, involving more than 700 million U.S. dollars. The case became the most widely used anti-dumping case in China's ceramic anti-dumping cases.

In recent years, in order to alleviate persistent high unemployment and resolve macroeconomic imbalances, major global economies have attempted to revitalize the manufacturing sector. This has led to an extremely prevalent international trade protectionism since the international financial crisis and an endless stream of anti-dumping cases.

China's ceramic industry has also become one of the "hardest-hit areas" for anti-dumping. Since last year alone, South Korea, Argentina, Peru, Brazil, Indonesia and many other countries and regions have initiated anti-dumping investigations or directly raised tariffs in China. China's daily ceramic exports The two major markets are the EU and the United States. Once the EU imposes punitive tariffs, Chinese ceramic kitchen utensils can hardly enter the EU market, which will cause serious impact on the ceramic industry. The EU’s anti-dumping actions against China’s kitchen utensils and tableware may have a chain reaction, leading to anti-dumping in other countries and regions.
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