September 3 news: China and the United States tire special security case will enter the most critical stage. Yesterday, sources from the United States said that the coalition of steel, agriculture, and labor organizations urged President Obama to adopt the recommendations of the ITC of the United States International Trade Commission to restrict the import of low-priced tires from China. Within two days, Obama will receive this proposal. The official report and make a decision this month.
On September 1, the United States, an alliance of steel, agriculture, and labor organizations, urged President Obama to adopt the recommendations of the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) to restrict the import of tires from China. A spokesman for the Office of the United States Trade Representative Carol Guthrie revealed on August 31 that the office will submit an official report to Obama on September 2. "The president will have 15 days to consider and make a final decision." This report will contain recommendations on the president's response measures, etc., which are classified as confidential documents that are not allowed to be disclosed.
"We don't know about the contents of the final ruling report." Yesterday, Deng Xiaoping, secretary-general of the China Rubber Industry Association, said in an interview with reporters that since the Ministry of Commerce led a delegation to visit various US departments in August, the Association has been paying attention to tires. We believe that in the near future we will be able to know the contents of this final ruling report.
On April 20, 2009, the American Steel Workers Association announced the application of a quota system to the US International Trade Commission for the export of commercial tires from China to the United States under Section 421 of the Trade Act of 1974. The US International Trade Commission held a hearing after this and made a 4-2 ruling against the ruling of Chinese companies.
It is reported that an inter-departmental group headed by the U.S. Trade Representative Office needs to make recommendations to Obama on tire protection before midnight on Wednesday. After Obama got the proposal, he will make a decision before September 17.
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