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EU imposes huge anti-dumping tariffs on Chinese-made e-bikes

Provisional dumping duties of up to 83.6 per cent have today been imposed on Chinese e-bikes by the European Commission.  The news has been carried on the EC’s website. The measures apply in the UK and will be imposed from tomorrow onwards, the Bicycle Association has told members. "From then, a …

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LEVA-EU launches dumping survey and arranges talks at Eurobike

According to LEVA-EU, the Commission’s decision to register imports of e-bikes from China has caused injury to the companies in the Collective of European Importers of Electric Bicycles and to many more SMEs throughout Europe. The uncertainty about potential retroactive collection of duties and the level of potential duties is …

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European Commission issues update on anti-dumping

The European Commission has confirmed it will look to impose registration on e-bike imports from China featuring an anti-dumping duty. The news was confirmed in the ‘Implementation Regulation C(2018)/1’ document by the Directorate General for Trade of the European Commission – the body in charge of implementing common trade policy …

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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 …

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