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2022-08-09
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Take the fastener industry as the main body to safeguard rights and solve trade frictions overseas

take the fastener industry as the main body to safeguard rights and solve trade frictions overseas

China Construction machinery information

Guide: in the past 10 years since China's entry into WTO, China's economic and social development has made great achievements, while trade frictions and industrial conflicts have also increased. Over the past 10 years, China has been the country with the largest number of Global trade friction cases, and Zhejiang Province is the hardest hit. In 2012, China is likely to face international trade frictions

in the 10 years since China's entry into WTO, China has made great achievements in economic and social development, while trade frictions and industrial conflicts have also increased. Over the past 10 years, China has been the country with the largest number of Global trade friction cases, and Zhejiang Province is the hardest hit. The year 2012 is likely to be a "big test year" for China to face international trade frictions. In 2012, many export-oriented enterprises were uneasy about the possible international trade frictions

protracted battle

in Jiaxing, Zhejiang Province, Mr. Chen, who is engaged in the production of steel screws, has been very anxious in recent years. "In March, 2008, the U.S. Department of Commerce issued an announcement to formally file an investigation, saying that China's steel screws were dumping on U.S. exports and causing damage to U.S. domestic industries. A year later, the United States began to make a final anti-dumping ruling on Chinese enterprises. After making the final ruling and starting to levy taxes, our products' exports to the United States have sharply decreased. Most of our peers are in the same situation as us, and China has basically lost the steel screw Market of the United States Field. " Mr. Chen introduced

"after the case was filed at that time, the government and relevant departments immediately responded to the lawsuit for us. At that time, there were 60 enterprises involved in the case in Jiaxing, and finally there were 5 enterprises responding to the lawsuit. Considering that my enterprise was small, I hesitated about the cost and probability of success, and finally did not choose to respond." However, he has kept in touch with his counterparts responding to the lawsuit, "as representatives of small enterprises, their response results are very important."

up to now, the action of responding to the lawsuit has not yet yielded results. "After a long time of research, Jiaxing brother Standard Parts Co., Ltd. filed an appeal to the U.S. Court of international trade, applying that the financial substitution ratio adopted by the U.S. Department of Commerce in the case ruling was inconsistent with the actual situation. Now the judicial process is in progress."

corresponding to the protracted response lawsuit, the export market of enterprises shrank. "We have lost our hard won market and have just encountered the impact of the economic crisis. Life is really too hard." Chen sighed

Mr. Chen is not alone. Just take Jiaxing as an example. Since 2007, Jiaxing fastener industry has faced anti-dumping investigations from the European Union, the United States, Mexico and other countries

trade friction "hardest hit"

in 2000, Zhejiang private enterprises exported 1.58 billion US dollars, accounting for only 8.7% of that year; By 2010, this figure had reached 103.68 billion US dollars, and the export volume increased by 64.6 times, accounting for 48.7 percentage points. At the same time, this decade is also a decade of frequent trade frictions and industrial conflicts

chenrufang, deputy director and spokesman of the Department of Commerce of Zhejiang Province, told Zheshang that since China's accession to the WTO, Zhejiang Province has encountered 492 trade friction cases such as anti-dumping, countervailing, safeguard measures, special safeguard measures and 337 investigations from 27 countries and regions, including the United States, the European Union, Turkey, India and Brazil, involving more than US $11.5 billion. About 70% of the trade friction cases in the country involve Zhejiang, and the amount involved in Zhejiang accounts for about 25% of the total amount involved in the country. To this end, Zhejiang Province has established the import and Export Fair Trade Bureau and the industrial injury investigation bureau to strengthen the guidance and coordination of anti-dumping response and prosecution

"as a major foreign trade province, Zhejiang's export manufacturing industry will face an increasingly harsh domestic and international development environment, and transformation and upgrading is extremely urgent." Zhang Handong, director of Zhejiang International Economic and Trade Research Center, analyzed that on the one hand, the situation of world economic and trade frictions continued to be severe in 2012; On the other hand, from the perspective of international division of labor, most of China's export manufacturing industry is still at the middle and low end of the global industrial chain, and many adverse factors have formed a "reverse force mechanism for the export industry to make the oil pump return to the oil tank through the working cylinder and the oil return valve". However, the transformation and upgrading of export industries have made China's industries and those of developed countries increasingly converge, resulting in more intense industrial competition, wider friction, longer battle lines, more intense degree and greater difficulty in coping

"When our products are on an equal footing with the products of multinational companies and have the ability to replace their cooperative products, friction must be inevitable. The products themselves are extremely important, and this friction can occur in any market in China, forming a siege of China's domestic industry. Glyphosate, glass fiber and other products in Zhejiang Province are frequently subjected to trade relief calls launched by international multinational giants in major markets around the world This is the reason. "

"in addition, from the perspective of the transformation and upgrading path of export industry, intellectual property rights must be inseparable." Zhang Handong said, "core technology can't be bought with money. In order to gain a late developing advantage, we must take the road of introduction, digestion, absorption and innovation, and developed countries in Europe and the United States will not sit idly by. Scope of application"

while the government is introducing and cultivating strategic emerging industries, when products go to the international market and have an impact on similar industries in relevant countries, it is vulnerable to countervailing and other investigations. "Our solar photovoltaic products are like this." For example, Zhang Handong said

in the year of the big test

various signs show that China will face more complex international trade frictions in 2012, and the trend of trade frictions rising along the value chain will be more obvious

with the increasingly fierce competition for the strategic emerging industry market in the world, China's emerging industries may become the "hardest hit" of trade friction in 2012. On November 8, 2011, the U.S. Department of Commerce decided to launch a "double anti" investigation on China's solar cells (panels) exported to the United States, and launched the first "double anti" investigation in the field of clean energy in China. Some analysts pointed out that this means the beginning of a new round of trade protectionism in the United States, and China's entire new energy sector and even the seven strategic emerging industries may become its goals

at the same time, the trade restriction measures against China by large developing countries have also begun to increase significantly. From January to September 2011, Brazil, Turkey, Indonesia, Argentina and India launched a total of 18 trade remedy investigations against China, accounting for 36% of the total number of investigations in China

"for future trade frictions, we must first be mentally prepared. Secondly, we also begin to 'move forward and take the initiative.'" Zhang Handong said that improving the trade frictions response mechanism can be done in several steps

"first of all, we should strengthen the construction of foreign trade early warning mechanism and bring emerging industries into the key scope of the construction of foreign trade early warning demonstration sites." Today, Zhejiang has established 65 provincial-level foreign trade early warning demonstration sites in cities and counties with developed block economies

"secondly, we should start with industrial and trade policies to counter and improve the response mechanism. National industrial and trade policies should escort the transformation and upgrading of export industries."

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