Daily Use Ceramic
Since the European Union launched an anti-dumping investigation on China's daily use ceramics in February this year, many countries have followed suit. The domestic ceramic products industry has suffered a serious setback. Yesterday, Chen Jiangfeng, vice president of China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Light Crafts, who participated in the 15th China Tangshan Ceramic Exposition, revealed that China's daily ceramic enterprises are encountering anti-dumping activities abroad. The chamber of commerce will organize business representatives to attend EU hearings on September 19, Present the Chinese side to the investigating officials. February 17 this year, the EU launched an anti-dumping investigation of China's daily use of ceramics, involving a total of 7.13 billion US dollars; August 30, Mexico also launched an anti-dumping investigation of China's daily use of ceramics, involving an amount of 45 million US dollars; August 31, Russia , Belarus and Kazakhstan Economic Community launched a survey of general ceramics for daily use, to protect the domestic industry, set up trade barriers to the world.