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In the first half of 2009, China exported 130million tires, a year-on-year decrease of 18.8% and a total value of $3.31 billion. The tire export in February was the lowest since 2008. 33.07 million, 25.42 million, 17.77 million and 16.98 million tires were exported to the United States, the European Union, Africa and Latin America, down 21.7%, 18.2%, 9.7% and 26.7% respectively; Exports to the above-mentioned countries and regions accounted for 71.7% of China's total tire exports in the same period

in the first half of the year, China exported 110million tires in the form of processing trade, accounting for 84.6% of the total export volume, with a decrease of 15.4%, and 21.84 million tires in the form of general trade, a decrease of 31.2%. In the downstream, 50.91 million new pneumatic rubber tires were exported for motor passenger cars, down 8.3%, and 35.97 million new pneumatic rubber tires were exported for bicycles, down 32%

at present, the U.S. tire production capacity is about 350million sets, and the number of tires imported from China accounts for one fifth of the U.S. market. In terms of quantity, China's tire exports do have an impact on the United States. Among China's top ten tire enterprises, 70% have cooperation with foreign capital. Foreign capital enterprises export 73.54 million tires, while private enterprises and state-owned enterprises export 47.92 million tires in total. Special tariffs may have a greater impact on joint ventures. At most 100000 jobs in tire manufacturing and related industries will be threatened

the joint ventures in China's tire industry mainly focus on processing trade. The adoption of the special insurance case will not only bring losses to China's exports, but also damage the interests of American overseas enterprises

since 2009, trade barriers to tyres have been increasing. On April 29, the United States officially launched an investigation into China's tire warranty. On June 29, the United States decided to levy a three-year special tariff and made a final ruling on September 11; On May 18, for the fifth time in India, 1. All welded products with the same reinforcement grade, diameter and size launched a special warranty investigation on Chinese passenger car tires; On June 18, Brazil decided to impose a final anti-dumping duty on radial tires of passenger and freight vehicles imported from China, which is valid for five years

at present, China's output of 500million sets of tires exceeds that of the United States, ranking first in the world, and its annual export volume reaches 250-300million sets. The impact of the financial crisis has led to the weakening of automobile demand in developed countries in Europe and the United States, which has led to the sluggish demand in the tire market. Orders decreased significantly in the first half of the year. While China's tire exports are facing pressure, it will impose special tariffs, and the export situation will worsen

in terms of raw materials, tire enterprises are also facing rising pressure. The profit of tire enterprises increased significantly in the first half of the year, mainly due to the low price of raw materials such as natural rubber and synthetic rubber. At present, with the rise of oil prices, the prices of rubber and carbon black are also gradually rising. Tire enterprises are trapped inside and outside. It is difficult to be optimistic about the performance in the second half of the year

the special tariff imposed by the United States this time will have an important impact on more than 200 imported dealers and more than 43000 retailers operating Chinese tires in the United States. This tariff mainly involves semi steel tyres and small-size all steel tyres. Domestic enterprises are involved. Most of them are OEM (OEM) orders, and the sales channels are controlled by foreign investors. Most of the profits are earned by traders. This makes us pay more attention to the brand and sales network construction of tire enterprises

in the long run, China is becoming the target of world tire production capacity transfer. In developed regions in Europe and the United States, the labor cost is high, skilled workers are in short supply, energy consumption is high, CO2 pollution, etc., and capacity transfer has become a trend. However, the transfer of production capacity has made China bear more environmental costs

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