UK government is pro-retreading, but what about anti-dumping measures?

26th July 2017 | 0 Comments
 
UK government is pro-retreading, but what about anti-dumping measures?
Clare Perry MP, Minister of State for Climate change and Industrial Strategy advocates for “government should do the work businesses can’t do rather than won’t do,” but also suggested that an anti-dumping complaint can be made at a European level when 25 per cent of manufacturers agree

Perhaps the most high profile dignitary at Michelin’s “Stoke 2018” event was Clare Perry MP, Minister of State for Climate change and Industrial Strategy. Bearing in mind that retreading and casing inspection/logistics make up such a significant part of what goes on at Michelin’s Campbell Road, Stoke-on-Trent site, and given that over-supply of low-cost truck tyres from China has had a marked effect on this part of the business, Tyres & Accessories was keen to ask Clare Perry what the government can do to help.

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