Electric Vehicles

Total 69 Posts

EU's EV Investigation Asked for "Unprecedented" Information, MOFCOM Says

China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) has criticized the European Commission for requesting an "unprecedented" amount of proprietary information during the anti-subsidy investigation of Chinese electric vehicles (EVs).

Ontario Premier Calls for Tariffs on Chinese EVs

In Canada, the debate over matching the 100% tariffs recently imposed by the Biden administration on Chinese EVs is heating up, with the premier of Ontario pushing for these tariffs and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offering general statements without taking a clear position.

Türkiye Imposes 40% Tariff on Chinese Autos; China Says It Violates WTO

Starting in July, Türkiye will extend the 40% additional tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles to other kinds of vehicles, despite the fact that China has questioned the WTO-consistency of the tariff hike on various occasions.

EU Announces Preliminary Anti-Subsidy Duties in Chinese EV Investigation

The European Commission announced today that it had "provisionally concluded that the battery electric vehicles (BEV) value chain in China benefits from unfair subsidisation, which is causing a threat of economic injury to EU BEV producers," and made a preliminary determination on duty rates of up to 38%

China Wants More Trade and Industrial Synergies with Brazil

China and Brazil held the seventh High-Level Coordination and Cooperation Committee (COSBAN) meeting on June 6. The meeting's outcomes reflect a shared commitment to a number of issues, from facilitating agricultural trade to fostering capacity cooperation and leveraging related funds.

Canadian USMCA Review Preparations Address China Trade, EV Issues

The Standing Committee on International Trade in Canada's House of Commons is carrying out a study in preparation for the upcoming review of the USMCA (referred to as CUSMA in Canada). At its first meeting with expert witnesses, a number of issues related to trade in Chinese EVs

EU MEP Lange Defends EU Investigation of Chinese EV Subsidies

With a focus on the European Commission's anti-subsidy investigation of Chinese EVs, Bernd Lange, the Chairman of the Trade Committee in the European Parliament, has written a piece entitled "Avoid escalation of the EU-China trade dispute."
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