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    2. U.S. tire dumping probe clears initial trade panel vote - Reuters

      WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. anti-dumping and anti-subsidy probes that could heap tariffs on imports of car and light truck tires from South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam cleared an initial hurdle on Tuesday as the U.S. International Trade Commission voted to let them proceed. The commission said in a statement that it voted affirmatively in the preliminary phase investigations.
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    3. Feds are investigating cheap import tire pricing

      WASHINGTON The U.S. Commerce Department said on Tuesday it had opened investigations into vehicle tire imports from South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam to determine whether the are being sold at less than fair value. The department said it was also investigating whether tire producers in Vietnam were receiving unfair subsidies for passenger vehicle and light truck (PVLT) The investigations were in response to petitions filed in May by ...
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    4. TIA Issues Statement on ‘Invest in America Act’

      On June 3, the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee released draft text of a five-year, $494 billion surface transportation reauthorization bill entitled the Investing in a New Vision for the Environment and Surface Transportation in America Act or the INVEST in America Act. The bill includes $411 billion in contract authority from the Highway Trust Fund for highway, transit, safety and research programs. $319 billion is the portion allocated for ...
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    5. Coalition of US Manufacturers Sends a Letter to the Members of Congress

      TO THE MEMBERS OF THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS: The undersigned organizations urge you to quickly enact temporary and targeted liability relief legislation related to the COVID-19 pandemic. These crucial protections should safeguard businesses, non-profit organizations, and educational institutions, as well as healthcare providers and facilities from unfair lawsuits so that they can continue to contribute to a safe and effective recovery from this pandemic.
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    6. Canadian Auto Sector Seeks Government Customer Incentives

      Canadas automotive trade groups are pressing the federal government to launch a scrappage incentive program to help the industry out of its COVID-19-related slump. The Canadian Automobile Dealers Assn., Global Automakers of Canada and Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers Assn. have proposed that the government offer consumers between C$1,500 to C$3,000 ($1,090 to $2,180) when they trade in an old vehicle and replace it with a ...
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    7. ETRMA welcomes tire labeling revision

      The European Tyre and Rubber Manufacturers Association (ETRMA) has welcomed revisions to the Tyre Labelling Regulation. The regulation, which was approved by the European Parliament on Wednesday, May 13, aims to increase consumer awareness on fuel savings, improve safety and decrease noise pollution. Labeling will have to include the tires fuel efficiency, wet grip and external rolling noise.
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    1. We look at the union negotiations as a first hurdle in making our business case, but the business case would also require us to address a number of macroeconomic factors, public-policy factors, supply-base issues … to be able to make a final decision (on Oshawa).
      In Canadian auto industry faces biggest existential threat since 2009 crisis as labour talks begin
    2. I guess it's still a good thing for us as rubber prices have slightly recovered. Since we implemented the restriction policy, the price has increased to $1.50 per kilogram and settled down to $1.30 per kilogram recently, up from $1 per kilogram earlier this year.
      In Indonesia wants to cut rubber production and exports
    3. Quebec gets considerably more snow in some places than Alberta does, so it's been the policy not to make winter tires mandatory.
      In Want winter tires on your rental car? Good luck