WTO and OECD could define bicycles as “environmentally preferable products”

This would mean bikes would be free of tariffs, making them cheaper to buy and so, in theory, bought by more people leading to more cycling, and less auto-congestion. This possibility has “gone largely unnoticed by the international bicycling community,” said Matt Sholler, director of development & communications at the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy of New York.
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