On August 23, India launched an anti-dumping investigation on the Belting Fabric imported from China. The tax number is 5910, which is composed of nylon, polyester or a blend of the two. It belongs to rubber fabric (RTF) or conveyor belt fabric (CBF). The raw materials are various industrial yarns, such as nylon 6 (N6) and nylon 66 (N66). ) and industrial polyester yarns, which are industrial textile products. According to the announcement of the case, the investigation period is from April 2016 to March 2017. According to the statistics of the customs, the China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Textiles, during the investigation period, the amount of products involved in the export of India to India was about 10 million US dollars.
The Indian complainant believes that the products involved in the import of China have dumped products and caused damage to the Indian market, so they applied to launch this anti-dumping investigation. All stakeholders should submit the questionnaire to the Indian investigating authorities within 40 natural days from August 23.
At the regular press conference of the Ministry of Commerce held on August 24, the spokesperson of the press pointed out that the latest India’s frequent anti-dumping sanctions against China pointed out that India has always been an active user of anti-dumping measures in the WTO. Since 1994, a total of 212 anti-dumping investigations have been initiated on Chinese products. There are still 93 anti-dumping measures currently being implemented. Since the beginning of this year, India has initiated 13 anti-dumping investigations on Chinese products.
Gao said that China is highly concerned about the momentum of India's frequent filings and urges the Indian side to be cautious and restrained to use trade remedy measures, conduct investigations in strict accordance with WTO rules, and avoid abuse of trade remedy measures, thus affecting the normal development of bilateral trade. At present, the world economy is slowly recovering. There are still many unstable and uncertain factors. China and India are both BRICS and developing countries. They should work together to maintain a free and open multilateral trading system and jointly become a stable global economic development. Device. China and India have broad space for cooperation in the economic and trade field, and dialogue and consultation are effective ways to resolve trade frictions. The two domestic industries should set up a platform for dialogue and consultation, and strengthen trade cooperation to properly resolve trade frictions, thereby achieving mutual benefit and win-win results.
Gao stressed that the Ministry of Commerce will resolutely safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese enterprises, and encourage and support relevant enterprises to actively participate in the responding work of relevant cases. It is reported that the relevant departments of the China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Textiles have started relevant work, and a special person is responsible for accepting the feedback and consultation of India's anti-dumping related products initiated by China.