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The U.S. government said that the Department of Commerce is currently conducting an annual review of the issue of consideration focused on the import tariffs faced by Chinese-made wooden cabinets and bathroom cabinets.
It is reported that the U.S. Department of Commerce of this review for the routine meeting. However, in the U.S.-China trade conflict, plus China-made wooden cabinets, bathroom cabinets were imposed anti-dumping, countervailing duties in the background, this routine meeting has also become the focus of attention.
The U.S. Department of Commerce said that by the end of this month, Chinese manufacturers can submit the appropriate information on a company-by-company basis. If the information submitted can prove that the company exports to the United States of wooden cabinets, bathroom cabinets and there is no dumping, subsidies and other acts, then the manufacturer originally faced tariffs, can be reduced or withdrawn.
Documents from the U.S. Department of Commerce show that this consideration is retroactive. If the Chinese manufacturers pass the review, the Commerce Department will adjust the tariffs for these manufacturers as appropriate: the retroactive period is from Oct. 9, 2019 to March 21, 2021.
The additional tariffs, as previously envisioned by Trump and local manufacturers, would have deterred U.S. importers and retailers from importing related products from China. But in reality, U.S. importers and retailers are deeply tied to Chinese manufacturers. Under the pressure of tariffs, the additional cost of Chinese-made wood cabinets and bathroom cabinets is largely absorbed by consumers, Chinese manufacturers, and U.S. importers and retailers.
China-made wooden cabinets and bathroom cabinets are still the most important players in the U.S. market under the high pressure of additional tariffs. According to relevant information, Chinese manufacturers currently face anti-dumping duties of 262.2% and countervailing duties of 293.5% on wooden cabinets and bathroom cabinets.