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On August 26th, 2010, representatives of the EU anti dumping Committee met in Brussels to discuss and vote on the proposal of the European Commission to implement temporary anti-dumping measures on glass fiber products from China. The European Commission proposed a shocking import tax rate of 43.6%. In 2014, Ningbo's export of food contact plastic materials and products will exceed US $500million

although there is an obvious majority (12 votes) against this proposal, the European Commission still decided (7 votes in favor +8 abstentions) to implement anti-dumping measures from September 17, 2010. In terms of energy consumption per unit production

in the past few months, a large number of European users and organizations have come to institutions at the national or European level to express their concern that import tariffs will have a negative impact on the industry. The unprecedented and unfair conclusion confirms that the positive results will lead to a large number of layoffs in the composite material industry and related industries, and reduce the competitiveness of EU glass fiber users, because they are unable to absorb such high tariffs as accelerating the development and production of high-end polyolefin pipeline special materials, multi specification rotational plastic special materials, 3D printing plastic consumables, medical plastics, bioplastic packaging materials and other special materials

the provisional measure is scheduled to take effect on September 17. The anti-dumping complaint was filed by 8 member companies of the European glass fiber producers' Association at the end of 2009

temporary import tariffs will affect the business development of more than 10000 companies throughout Europe, most of which are small and medium-sized enterprises. An estimated 150000 employees are employed in the composite manufacturing industry. That is to say, more than 10000 companies and about 150000 employees will bear the heavy burden of import duties

the European Commission's proposal on the determined anti-dumping measures will be sent to the representatives of the member states in the next few months, requiring the representatives of the member states to vote on whether to confirm the implementation of anti-dumping measures within five years in early 2011

the president of the European Composite Industry Association (EuCIA) thanked the members of the industry for their opposition to the anti-dumping measures so far and for their mobilization. EuCIA will continue to support the European composite industry against the determined anti-dumping measures. The president said that in the coming months, the industry needs to continue to explain and demonstrate the impact of import tariffs on enterprises and employment, and it is very important to submit this information to national and European authorities

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