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Studio interview: Impact of tariffs on Chinese alloy wheel on industry

06-12-2012 09:34 BJT

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One export sector in China is beginning to feel the pinch of new anti dumping duties set in place by Australian policy makers. An anti-dumping duty against Australian imports of alloy wheels exported from China has taken effect. Companies which export from China face duties ranging from as low as 2% to as high as 87.8%. Full Story>>

For more on the issue, we are joined in the studio by Professor Liu Baocheng. He is Dean of the Center for International Business Ethics at the University of International Business and Economics.

Q1: What kind of impact will Australia’s import duties have on China’s alloy wheel manufacturing industry?

Q2: We know the complaints were initiated by an Australian wheel manufacturer. In the solar panel dispute with the US, it was also a US based manufacturing group that filed complaints against Chinese solar panel makers. Do you think we are going to see more cases like these as global competition increases?



Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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