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European Commission’s duties on e-bikes to destroy European SMEs

Last week’s General Disclosure Document outlines duties of up to 79.3% ad valorem for e-bikes imported from China. The move will threaten further development of clean mobility, lead to supply shortages and...

Dumping case: EBMA’s fake news, alternative facts and false allegations

In a jubilant press release, EBMA welcomes the Commission’s intention to impose duties as the right measures to stop “injury to European e-bike manufacturers, as Chinese e-bikes have flooded the EU at an...

Dark days ahead as EU Commission discloses intention to impose duties

The Commission has sent the disclosure document for the anti-dumping proceedings to all interested parties, including the European Collective of Importers of Electric Bicycles. This document does not hold a...

Dutch MEP van de Camp warns Commissioner Malmström: duties will harm Commission’s credibility

In a letter directly addressed to EU Trade Commissioner, Cecilia Malmström, Dutch MEP Wim van de Camp expresses very serious concerns about the ongoing anti-dumping investigation on e-bikes from China and...

Bike Europe incorrectly announces anti-dumping duties!

Bike Europe’s announcement of 79% anti-subsidy and anti-dumping duties on China e-bikes is MANIFESTLY INCORRECT. In an article published on the Bike Europe website today, the trade magazine states the...

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The Urban Electric Mobility Initiative (UEMI) and the urban mobility SOLUTIONS network are calling for cities from Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America to become involved as leading city, take-up city or training participants

The SOLUTIONS network and the UEMI are looking for take-up cities to work together on the implementation of sustainable urban mobility measures. This is part of a new partnership with the European Road Transport...

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