2024-06-18 09:03:43

China's Response to EU Tariffs: Investigating Pork Imports

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In retaliation to the EU's plans to increase tariffs on electric cars from China, China has launched an anti-dumping investigation into pork imports from the European Union. The investigation is expected to last about a year, impacting countries like Spain, the Netherlands, and Denmark.

The move follows a trade dispute between the two parties and is in response to the EU's imposition of anti-subsidy duties on Chinese electric cars. While the EU remains unfazed by China's actions, German automakers are concerned about the tariffs and are seeking solutions to mitigate the impact on their sales in China.

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EL PAÍS: el periódico global
17. Juni 2024 um 12:09

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

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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.
Kinh doanh - VnExpress
18. Juni 2024 um 04:28

China investigates European pork

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Finance
China has launched an anti-dumping investigation into pork imports from the European Union (EU). The move is seen as retaliation for the EU's imposition of anti-subsidy duties on electric cars from China. Spain, the Netherlands, and Denmark are expected to be the most affected by the investigation.
VnExpress English
18. Juni 2024 um 07:18

China launches anti-dumping probe into EU pork imports

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China has initiated an anti-dumping investigation into pork imports from the European Union, following a trade dispute between the two parties. The investigation was launched in response to an application by a local trade group representing domestic producers.
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18. Juni 2024 um 06:24

EU 'not concerned' about China's investigation of pork imports

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The European Commission is not concerned about China's investigation of EU pork exports as retaliation for the investigation into subsidies for Chinese electric cars. Exporters remain unfazed, while manufacturers are worried. EU agricultural associations regret that the trade tensions have reached the agricultural and food sector.
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