Home / Metal News / Precious Metals / Argentina to begin antidumping probe in Aluminum alloy wheel imports from China
Argentina to begin antidumping probe in Aluminum alloy wheel imports from China
Jul 18,2016 10:53CST
industry news
Source:SMM
Argentina decided to begin an antidumping probe into Aluminum alloy wheels imported from China.

ARGENTINA July 15 2016 6:18 PM     

BUENOS AIRES (Scrap Register): Argentina decided to begin an  antidumping probe into Aluminum alloy wheels imported from China, said the Trade  Remedy and Investigation Bureau of China's Ministry of Commerce.

The  antidumping case comprise of products such as motor vehicles' Aluminum alloy  wheels, excluding tires, with a hub diameter of not less than 355.6 mm (14  inches) and not greater than 457.2 mm (18 inches), as per the  report.

India had imposed antidumping duties of $1.37/kg on seven Chinese  Aluminum alloy wheel producers, and $2.15/kg on other Aluminum alloy producers  in January last year after completing two years of antidumping  investigations.

China Aluminum alloy wheel exports during  the first five  months of this year was of 322,900 mt,  worth $1.506 billion and was down 0.2%  and 7.4% year on year, respectively, according to China Association of  Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) data. The unit export price of the Aluminum  wheels in the reported period was $46,600/kg, according to CAAM.


Aluminum alloy wheels
antidumping

For queries, please contact Frank LIU at liuxiaolei@smm.cn

For more information on how to access our research reports, please email service.en@smm.cn

Related news