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European Motorcycle Association opposes EU anti-dumping China has become the world's largest consumer and consumer

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(Summary description)21:29, May 09, 2018 Source: Zhongxin Online Haizhong New Online Hai News, May 9th (Xu Wei Wenmin) is at the largest Shanghai International Bicycle Exhibition in Asia held here, by 20 European companies The representative of the European Light Electric Vehicle Association (LEVAEUROPE), which was involved in bicycle importers and some Chinese-funded enterprises, said at the time of the exhibition that the EU’s import registration action did not mean that anti-dumping would be established. Recently, the association will organize some importers and lawyers to the EU. Rebut and reply. EU Customs has started to register motorcycles imported from China last week, making China

European Motorcycle Association opposes EU anti-dumping China has become the world's largest consumer and consumer

(Summary description)21:29, May 09, 2018 Source: Zhongxin Online Haizhong New Online Hai News, May 9th (Xu Wei Wenmin) is at the largest Shanghai International Bicycle Exhibition in Asia held here, by 20 European companies The representative of the European Light Electric Vehicle Association (LEVAEUROPE), which was involved in bicycle importers and some Chinese-funded enterprises, said at the time of the exhibition that the EU’s import registration action did not mean that anti-dumping would be established. Recently, the association will organize some importers and lawyers to the EU. Rebut and reply. EU Customs has started to register motorcycles imported from China last week, making China

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May 09, 2018 21:29 Source: Zhongxin Online Sea
 
 
 
Sino-Singapore Online News May 9 (Xu Weiwen) is the European Light Electric Vehicle Association, which is attended by 20 European motorcycle importers and some Chinese-funded enterprises at the largest international bicycle exhibition in Asia held here. (LEVAEUROPE) representatives said at the time of the exhibition that the EU's import registration action did not mean that anti-dumping will be established. Recently, the association will organize some importers and lawyers to refute and reply to the EU.
 
 
 
EU Customs began registering motorcycles imported from China last week, increasing the risk of Chinese motorcycles being eventually imposed on tariffs. Yao Li, president of Tailing Group, China's third-largest electric bicycle manufacturer, said that it will not change the company's original internationalization strategy because of the EU's motorcycle anti-dumping investigation. Recently, the company will set up a European company, and the next step is to produce electric equipment locally in the EU. bicycle.
 
 
 
“As a company with an international strategy, the EU anti-dumping investigation has a great impact on us. However, our internationalization strategy will not be terminated due to the EU anti-dumping investigation.” Yao Li said that the company has decided to set up a European headquarters in the Netherlands. The beginning of the import and export trade related to motorcycles, the next step will be the production and assembly of motorcycles in the EU. The company's production address in Europe is still under further investigation.
 
 
 
In May of last year, the senior executives of the Tailing Group revealed that the company's overseas sales volume has increased from less than 5% to about 30% in the next three years. In the short term, Europe and Southeast Asia will be the main overseas markets.
 
 
 
It is understood that the EU 2050 emission reduction strategy goal has been clear: by 2050, the EU will reduce emissions by 80-90% compared with 1990. At present, European countries attach great importance to green travel, and local motorcycle sales have doubled in the past two years. Yao Li believes that although Europe is still not an important overseas market for the Chinese motorcycle industry, its export share is still relatively small, but its future development potential is huge, and Chinese companies must seize this market.
 
 
 
In October last year, the EU launched an anti-dumping investigation against Chinese electric bicycles. The European Light Electric Vehicle Association has previously submitted a request to the European Commission for consultation with European electric vehicle importers and has been approved. This means that in dealing with the key issues of this incident, the EU needs to seek the advice of European electric vehicle importers.
 
 
 
Hu Xiaotie, head of the European Light Electric Vehicle Association in China, said that according to EU arrangements, the EU will announce a temporary taxation decision on July 20, and the EU will announce anti-dumping investigations from October to January next year. Final Results. He believes that the EU's anti-dumping investigation against Chinese motorcycles stems from the local protection of local enterprises in the EU.
 
 
 
Data show that by the end of 2017, China has become the world's largest producer and consumer of electric vehicles, with an annual production capacity of more than 33 million vehicles and a social holding capacity of 250 million vehicles. However, while production and sales rank first in the world, overcapacity has become a problem that has plagued the development of the industry. In this context, electric vehicles have gone abroad and entered the international market as an inevitable trend in the development of the industry. (Finish)

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