India's 'ultra-conventional' anti-dumping fire is aimed at China (part 1)
It is understood that in addition to the precautionary psychology of China, the main reason why India has carried out 'unconventional' anti-dumping against China is the 'poverty alleviation sales' of Chinese companies to India. MicrosoftInternetExplorer402DocumentNotSpecified7.8 poundsNormal0 It is understood that in addition to China's precautions against China, the reason why India has carried out unconventional anti-dumping against China is another main reason, which is the poverty-relief-style sales of Chinese companies to India. On August 25, India launched another anti-dumping investigation against Chinese tires. Earlier, India also conducted anti-dumping against important trade products such as Chinese silk and saccharin. In recent years, although India’s intention to guard against China has been particularly evident in the economic field, according to the statistics of the Chinese Economic and Commercial Counselor’s Office in India, China has become the country with the most anti-dumping cases in India. By July 2006, India’s anti-dumping investigations against China reached 98. rise. Experts from South Asia believe that this kind of unconventional anti-dumping investigation has already affected the economic and trade relations between China and India, and the problem must be resolved as soon as possible before the problem expands. It is not uncommon for India to have half of the anti-dumping cases against China. However, half of the anti-dumping cases in one country are against another country, so there is obviously a problem with the trade relationship between the two countries. Although India is currently China's largest trading partner in South Asia, India's frequent anti-dumping investigations against China have caused the economic and trade cooperation between the two sides to be scarred. According to statistics from the Economic and Commercial Counselor Office of China in India, China is currently the country that has been the most victimized by India’s anti-dumping investigation. Since India initiated its first anti-dumping investigation against China in 1994, as of July 31, 2006, India had There were 98 anti-dumping investigations, accounting for 47.3% of the total number of anti-dumping cases, with a total amount of US$760 million. The reporter learned from the Guangxi and Guangdong Department of Commerce that India has been passive in granting market economy treatment to Chinese companies. According to statistics from the Economic and Commercial Counselor Office of China in India, in the 14 cases where India has made final rulings against China since 2005, none of them has granted market economy treatment to Chinese respondent enterprises. The total amount of money involved and the amount of cases have also risen sharply. The reporter's interview found that, judging from the commodities that India initiated an anti-dumping investigation, the products involved in the case were mainly textiles in 2005 and chemical products this year. This is related to the industrial structure of India, indicating that traditional industries such as the chemical and pharmaceutical industries occupy a very important position in Indian industry. Anti-dumping originates from India’s uneasy psychology. Researchers Wang Chongli and Chen Lijun of the Institute of South Asia of the Yunnan Academy of Social Sciences believe that it is very normal to conduct anti-dumping investigations against goods from a certain country in the world, but there are very few cases of frequent attacks like India. There are many reasons for this situation: From the perspective of India, as a developing country with a large population, it can adjust various complicated relations at home and abroad in a short period of time, and its economic growth has achieved remarkable results. A strong sense of complacency. For China, which has the same development experience but has developed more rapidly, there has always been jealousy. Therefore, although India also knows that only by establishing friendly and cooperative relations between China and India can there be greater development, its awareness of competition prevention has not weakened.