2024-06-17 15:02:25

China Threatens Pork Imports from Europe in Response to E.V. Tariffs

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China has announced an anti-dumping investigation into pork imports from the European Union as a response to the EU's tariffs on electric cars from China. This move is seen as retaliation for past trade disputes, with China potentially aiming to pressure the EU to reconsider its actions.

The investigation is expected to last for approximately one year and will focus on pork imports intended for human consumption. The EU Commission has announced preliminary tariffs of up to 38.1 percent on electric cars from China to protect the European market.

German automakers are seeking a solution or mitigation of the impact of the tariffs through direct talks with Chinese counterparts.

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New York Times - Asia Pacific
17. Juni 2024 um 18:11

Facing E.V. Tariffs, China Threatens Pork Imports From Europe

Politics
Economy
China threatens to impose tariffs on pork imports from Europe in response to the European Union's tariffs on electric cars from China. This move is seen as retaliation for past trade disputes between the two entities, with China potentially aiming to pressure the EU to reconsider its actions.
n-tv.de Wirtschaft
17. Juni 2024 um 09:47

China retaliates against tariffs on electric cars by targeting EU pork - n-tv.de

Politics
Environment
China has announced an anti-dumping investigation against imported products from the European Union, particularly targeting pork. The investigation is in response to the EU's imposed tariffs on Chinese electric cars. Experts had anticipated such retaliatory measures and speculate that agricultural, food, and beverage products could be the focus.
n-tv.de
17. Juni 2024 um 09:47

Revenge for tariffs on electric cars: China targets pork from the EU - n-tv.de

Politics
Environment
China has initiated an anti-dumping investigation against imported pork and by-products from the EU. This is seen as a response to the threatened tariffs on Chinese electric cars by the EU. Experts had anticipated and suspected retaliatory actions from China, especially affecting agricultural, food, and beverage products.
EL PAÍS: el periódico global
17. Juni 2024 um 12:09

China responds to EU tariffs on electric cars with investigation into pork imports

Politics
Economy
Environment
China has announced the initiation of an anti-dumping investigation into imports of pork and pork products from the European Union in response to the European Commission's plans to increase tariffs on electric cars imported from China. Spain is the most affected country, followed by the Netherlands, Denmark, and France. The investigation is expected to last approximately one year and will focus on pork imports intended for human consumption.
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