Eurasian Commission launched the first anti-dumping investigation
It is reported that the Eurasian Economic Commission recently launched the first anti-dumping investigation against Chinese products-pig iron bathtubs made in China have become the subject of investigation. Because there is no relevant production environment, the amount of iron bathtubs produced by the Buddha sanitary enterprises is very small, and they all indicate that the impact is not significant.
It is reported that there are two companies in the Russian-Belarusian Customs Union producing pig iron bathtubs. In response to the complaints of these two companies, the Eurasian Economic Commission has initiated an anti-dumping investigation against pig iron bathtubs made in China. The committee has preliminarily determined that in 2011, the dumping margin of pig iron bathtubs made in China on the countries of the Customs Union of Tebekha reached 36%.
The announcement pointed out that in the past two years, Chinese-made pig iron bathtubs have continuously squeezed the market share of Russian manufacturers, and their sales prices are much lower than those of Russian manufacturers.
The first anti-dumping investigation initiated by the Eurasian Economic Commission has not been implicated.
Currently, the bathtub materials on the market are made of acrylic, steel and Mainly cast iron. The cast iron bathtub is a cast iron bathtub. It is made of cast iron and covered with enamel. It has a heavier weight and better thermal insulation effect, but the price is relatively expensive. China is the world's largest producer of cast iron bathtubs, and a large number of products are exported abroad.
'The energy consumption in the production of pig iron bathtubs is very high, and the production in Foshan lacks such raw materials.' Cai Chuyang, general manager of Foshan Dongpeng Sanitary Ware Co., Ltd. said that Europe and Asia are the main exports of Dongpeng Sanitary Ware Ground. 'Eurasian side really prefers pig iron sanitary wares, but Buddha sanitary ware companies rarely produce these.' He believes that due to the small output, this anti-dumping will not have much impact on the Buddha sanitary ware companies.