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27 Feb 2019

Catch up on all the latest information regarding anti-dumping measures on e-bikes imported from China

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14 Feb 2019

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12 Feb 2019

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11 Feb 2019

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11 Feb 2019

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EU Anti-Dumping Measures for E-Bikes

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

ebikeBike Europe has recently published a white paper containing all the pertinent information related to the anti-dumping measures and their implications.

The whitepaper covers numerous topics that could influence and affect the anti-dumping measures of e-bikes as well as larger, more long-term implications.

One of the main driving factors this whitepaper outlines is the consequences of shifting the e-bike production from China to other Asian countries or to a European Union member state. This potential change to the market is due to the rapidly growing e-bike market of Europe. An estimated 2.5 million e-bikes were sold in the EU in 2018, with almost half of these e- bikes being imported and about 70% of those imports coming from China.

The whitepaper also presents five scenarios, both of illegal and legal trade scenarios, which may occur in order to meet the e-bike demand in Europe. Explanations of local content rules, import duties and the benefits of relocating production are also presented.


Click here to download the full whitepaper

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