Chinese business org to present views on EU investigation on e-bike imports

Representatives from the China Chamber of Commerce for Imports and Exports of Machinery and Electronic Products (CCCME) will participate in a European Commission Hearing in Brussels on Wednesday. The CCCME will present a defence against anti-dumping measures imposed on Chinese-made e-bikes.

There will also be a briefing afterwards at Steptoe & Johnson, the lawyers acting for CCCME.

The briefing will be led by Steptoe & Johnson partner James H. Searles.

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