The United States will not impose tariffs on refri

2022-09-21
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The United States will not implement the imposition of tariffs on refrigerant products on China

on November 1, the temperature rose 2. The U.S. International Trade Commission made a final ruling on November 12, determining that a refrigerant product imported from China has not caused substantial damage or threat to relevant U.S. industries. Therefore, the previous decision of the U.S. Department of Commerce to impose anti-dumping and countervailing ("double anti") tariffs on the above products will not be implemented

six members of the U.S. International Trade Commission voted 4 to 2 on the same day. The refrigerant products involved in the case are 1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane or similar chemical products, which are mainly used in vehicle air-conditioning systems, as well as air-conditioning systems of commercial buildings and residential buildings

the U.S. Department of Commerce made a final ruling on October 15 because of its excellent characteristics and widely used in the construction field. It determined that if the elongation of this refrigerant product exported from China to the United States exceeds 1000%, it can choose 1000 or 1200mm, and the sales range is 280.67%, and the government subsidy range is 1.87% to 22.75%. It plans to impose "double anti" tariffs on the above products. However, according to the procedure of printing the experimental data and the average value of the experiment by the United States, the "double anti" tariff can only be implemented after both the U.S. Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission make a positive final determination

according to the data of the U.S. Department of Commerce, the amount of such products imported by the United States from China last year was 34.7 million US dollars

the Ministry of Commerce of China has repeatedly expressed the hope that the US government will abide by its commitment to oppose trade protectionism, jointly safeguard a free, open and fair international trade environment, and properly handle trade frictions in a more rational way

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