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Anti-Dumping Duty - China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Tunisia

48.5% anti-dumping duty on bicycles imported into the EU from China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka (...)
 

 
(...) and Tunisia next June.

According to Bike Europe, the European Commission's Directorate-General (DG) for Trade will decide for a continuation of the 48.5% anti-dumping duty on bicycles imported from China. Next to China, DG Trade proposes in its R563 disclosure document that 48.5 % anti dumping duty should also be levied on bike imports into the EU from Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Tunisia.

However, some companies are excluded from the anti dumping duty or pay less than 48.5 %.

Further information at:

>> www.bike-eu.com

Text: Angela Budde
Picture: European Commission

2 April 2013

 
 

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