Anti-dumping duties on e-bikes from China do not benefit EU manufacturers as expected

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Due to the anti-dumping and countervailing duties on Chinese e-bikes announced in mid-January 2019, e-bike exports from China to the EU shrank by 84 percent to 105,803 units the same year compared to 2018. While this double-digit decline was entirely at the expense of e-bike manufacturers in China, who were ...

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