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Jiangsu tires do not satisfy EU fuel economy standards

A report on the China Rubber Industry Association website, according to the European Rubber Journal’s translation, indicates that Jiangsu tire manufacturers are finding the EU standards for rolling resistance and REACH difficult to achieve. The report “suggests that the new EU regulations may be, ‘another malicious EU trade barrier’, but even so, will improve the quality of Chinese-made tyres for those who succesfully meet the new standards,” according to the ERJ news item.

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