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Why Exemption On Anti-Dumping Duties?

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AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands – Bike Europe’s email newsletter of last Tuesday (September 2) on the anti-dumping duties in place for bikes imported from China and some other Asian countries related to Oyama’s growing sales position on the European market raised questions on why certain companies are exempted from these measures and others not?

Why Exemption On Anti-Dumping Duties?
For why Oyama and Ideal China are exempted from the 48.5 anti-dumping duties on bikes made in China (and other Asian countries) and exported to Europe; see the pdf’s on this page. – Photo Bike Europe

The main reason for the European Commission not to impose anti-dumping duties on Oyama and Ideal bikes made in China was their cooperation with the review investigation.

Others, like Giant China refused to provide the necessary information as mentioned in the DG Trade’s R546 General Disclosure Document.

For more information check the pdf’s on this page:

  • The Official Journal of the European Union on the Council Regulation (EU) No 502/2013 of 29 May 2013
  • The Official Journal of the European Union on the Council Regulation (EU) No 501/2013 of 29 May 2013
  • European Publication on: What is an interim review?
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