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Commission ends anti-subsidy probe after companies pull out of bid 

Is a pattern emerging? The European Commission closed its anti-subsidy investigation into two consortia linked to China after the two bidders pulled out of a project to run a solar energy park in Romania.  This is the second time that Chinese companies targeted by a probe under the European Unions’s …

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 EU China TDI update: AS investigation into boom lifts, definitive PET duties

The European Commission initiated a new anti-subsidy investigation into Chinese exports to the European Union of ‘mobile access equipment’ –  in other words, articulated boom lifts, telescopic boom lifts, scissor lifts, vertical masts and sections of and related parts and components.

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Commission prepares to slap retroactive duties on Chinese EVs

The high-profile anti-subsidy investigation against imports of electric vehicles from China launched by the EU last autumn is proceeding at pace. On Tuesday the European Commission said it would have car imports subject to registration, with a view to potentially imposing duties retroactively on the registered cars. Preliminary duties could …

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Week in Brussels: China on EV probe, GSP, anti-coercion, Ukrainian grain

The EU’s anti-subsidy probe into electric vehicles from China continues to dominate discussions in Brussels. This week the EU published its official notice of the investigation, after which Beijing expressed its dissatisfaction. For more on that – and the rest of this week’s EU trade news policy from Brussels, Strasbourg, …

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EU initiates countdown to Chinese electric vehicle anti-subsidy duties

The countdown to likely countervailing duties on imports of electric vehicles from China has officially begun. The anti-subsidy investigation into imports of cars announced mid-September by European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen was published this morning in the European Union’s statute book.

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Week in Brussels : G7, digital deals, China, Taiwan, TDI

It’s been another intense week on the EU trade beat, with a revamped partnership with Japan, the collapse of EU Switzerland talks, MEPs voting on trade and health, and much more. Here other notable developments or bits of news on EU trade and G7, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Korea and trade …