Tire special case
The tire special protection case refers to the US International Trade Commission's proposal on June 29, 2009 to impose 55%, 45% and 35% ad valorem special tariffs on Chinese passenger cars and light truck tires for three consecutive years. . According to the procedure, on September 4th, the Office of the US Trade Representative submitted a final proposal report on the case of China’s tire transportation to the United States. The US president will make a final decision on whether to take action before September 17. On September 11, 2009, US President Barack Obama decided to impose a tariff restriction on the Chinese tire special protection case for a period of three years. The White House said in a statement that it will impose a 35% tariff on tires imported from China in the first year, 30% in the second year, and 25% in the third year.