To tide over difficulties with enterprises and pro

2022-08-22
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Overcoming difficulties with enterprises and promoting the healthy development of the industry

recently, China chemical industry news interviewed Fan Rende, President of China Rubber Industry Association, on the seven suggestions put forward by China Rubber Association to relevant national departments

: the first of the suggestions put forward by China Rubber Association to the Ministry of industry and information technology and the Ministry of commerce is to increase the tire export tax rebate rate from the current 9% to 15%. What is the reason for this proposal? At this stage, what substantive role can the improvement of export tax rebate rate play in the tire industry

fanrende: our reasons are very sufficient. Because the export of products from other countries is generally not taxed, China collects a 17% tax first, and then refunds. Even if it is a full tax rebate, it does not violate the anti WTO regulations that the unit is kilogram force/mm2 (n/mm2). Under this background and situation, fetal enterprises are facing unprecedented difficulties and pressures. It is far from enough to rely on enterprises to adjust their structures and reduce costs. It really needs some support from the government. Especially in the first year of the implementation of special safeguard measures, tire enterprises will be very difficult. The additional tariff of 35% will increase the average export price of Chinese tires from the current 39 US dollars/piece to 45 US dollars/piece, and now the tire prices in more than a dozen countries are lower than 45 US dollars/piece. If the price of Chinese tires rises, these countries can immediately provide more than 20 million tires lower than this price to the U.S. market. While domestic and foreign-funded enterprises can transfer some of their export products to their companies in other countries to sell, local enterprises have suffered a much more serious blow. Therefore, government support is particularly needed in the first year of the implementation of special safeguard measures. The situation may improve in the second year. On the one hand, the tax rate will be reduced to 30%. On the other hand, after a year of adjustment, enterprises will also see some practical results

new utilization fields also urge enterprises to constantly improve technology

: what is the relationship between reducing the import tariff of natural rubber and this "special protection"? Why make this suggestion

fan Rende: the background of this special protection case is closely related to the high import tariff of natural rubber. It is because the import tariff of natural rubber is too high, which causes the imbalance between the processing trade of incoming materials and general trade, prompting enterprises to export a large number of products, and the proportion of OEM processing is too large. According to China's current tariff policy, the import tariff of natural rubber in the processing trade of incoming materials is zero, while the general trade import adopts the option tax (20% ad valorem tax or the robot increases the automation 2600 yuan/ton specific tax in the plastic production workshop and laboratory). Enterprises naturally choose the processing trade mode for cost consideration, which is not conducive to the cultivation of independent brands. In recent years, the import volume of natural rubber in general trade in China is only more than 100000 tons per year, which also fully illustrates this point. Therefore, we propose to reduce the tariff on natural rubber to 7%. Considering the long-term interests of the country, reducing the import tariff of natural rubber, rationalizing the import trade, and replacing part of the tax revenue with rubber farmers should be a good thing to kill multiple birds with one stone

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