Chinese Plywood Exporters Found Using Fake ‘Made in Philippines ’ and “Made in Vietnam ” Labels to Avoid US Tariffs
China’s President Xi Jinping has an ambitious goal of re-imaging “Made in China” from a synonym for cheap, low-quality manufacturing to a symbol of national pride by 2025. But a bruising trade war between the U.S. and China has forced some of the country’s exporters to ditch the “Made in China” label altogether—to avoid lofty tariffs upon entering American borders.
Last several Months, Some companies of Philippines and Vietnam said they had identified dozens of fake “Made in Philippines” and “Made in Vietnam ” certificates on Plywood produced by Chinese companies trying to circumvent U.S. tariffs.
These compaines cited an example of U.S. customs officials uncovering Chinese plywood being shipped to America through Some Vietnamese and Philippines companies .
Chinese Plywood exporters’ rerouting and fake labeling are believed to be partially responsible for a dramatic surge in Vietnam and Philippines ’s reported export to the U.S. lately.
But these questionable shipments plywood likely account for a “relatively small” portion of China’s total U.S. exports, There will always be leakages and work arounds to avoid tariffs, but we do not see it as a widespread phenomenon.如无特殊说明，文章均为本站原创，转载请注明出处。If there are no special instructions, the articles are original, if you want to use or reproduce, please indicate the original source www.plywoodinspection.com,If you find that our articles infringe on your copyrights and interests, please email us at email@example.com in time and we will delete it at the first time.