Views:1 Author:Site Editor Publish Time: 2020-04-29 Origin:Site
On the afternoon of April 10, 2020, China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Textile and Apparel held online response meeting toward the Mexico’s anti-dumping investigation toward the polyester yarn originated from China. He Yujie, Deputy Director of the Export Division of the Trade Relief Bureau of the Ministry of Commerce, Tao Fei, Director of the Zhejiang Provincial Department of Commerce, Tao Li, Director of the Jiangsu Provincial Department of Commerce, representatives of the Bureau of Commerce of Shaoxing and Hangzhou and representatives of the involved companies from Zhejiang, Jiangsu and Fujian, a total of 29 people participated in the meeting.
The meeting was chaired by Director Wang Dongxiao of the Law Department. At the meeting, Wang Yu, Vice Chairman introduced the basic situation of the case, China's foreign textile and apparel export situation, Mexico's past record of textile and apparel products in China and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on China’s textile and apparel exports and foreign trade orders. Chairman Wang pointed out that in the face of the double pressure brought about by the foreign trade situation and relief cases under the pandemic, enterprises should actively respond to the lawsuit and fight hard to protect the export market. Deputy Director He Yujie focused on Sino-Mexico bilateral economic and trade relations, the characteristics of Mexico's anti-dumping case against China and the difficulties in responding to it, and suggested finding breakthroughs in the three aspects of the industry ’s non-destructive defense, enterpris's individual response and alternative country defense.