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The European Union threatens to hike tariffs on Chinese electric car imports, escalating trade spat

North Shore News 12 Jun 2024
The European Commission, the EU's executive arm, said it would impose provisional tariffs that would result in Chinese automakers facing additional duties of as much as 38%, up from the current level of 10%.
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The European Union moves to hike tariffs on Chinese electric car imports, escalating trade spat

Fox31 Denver 12 Jun 2024
The European Commission, the EU's executive arm, said it would impose provisional tariffs that would result in Chinese automakers facing additional duties of as much as 38%, up from the current level of 10%.
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EU moves to hike tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles

Detroit news 12 Jun 2024
The European Commission, the EU's executive arm, said it would impose provisional tariffs that would result in Chinese automakers facing additional duties of as much as 38%, up from the current level of 10%.
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EU moves to hike tariffs on Chinese electric car imports, escalating trade spat

Voa News 12 Jun 2024
The European Commission, the EU's executive arm, said it would impose provisional tariffs that would result in Chinese automakers facing additional duties of as much as 38%, up from the current level of 10%.
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EU moves to raise China EV tariffs

Taipei Times 12 Jun 2024
The European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, said it would impose provisional tariffs that would result in Chinese automakers facing additional duties of as much as 38 percent, up from 10 percent.
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EU set to disclose tariff rates for Chinese EVs

The Manila Times 12 Jun 2024
The move comes as European automakers are being challenged by an influx of lower-cost EVs from Chinese rivals ... Chinese executives hope such talks will soften the blow ... That cost will grow this year as Chinese EV makers expand exports to Europe.
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Europe wants affordable electric vehicles from China. But not at the cost of its own ...

The Associated Press 12 Jun 2024
The European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, said on Wednesday that preliminary results from an ongoing investigation into Chinese ...
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Europe hikes tariffs on Chinese electric cars

CNN 12 Jun 2024
The European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, launched the probe in October to establish whether Chinese EV prices are artificially low because of subsidies, hurting European carmakers.
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US Prepares To Expand Secondary Sanctions On Russia

The Liberty Beacon 12 Jun 2024
Meanwhile, Russian commodities firms are ramping up their use of fiat-pegged digital currencies to execute cross-border transactions with Chinese counterparts.
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EU threatens tariff hike on Chinese electric vehicles

Al Jazeera 12 Jun 2024
In a press release, the EU executive said it has reached out to Chinese authorities to discuss the findings of its investigation into the subsidies and “explore possible ways to resolve the issues”.
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China’s Hisense gets LG’s Rana as India CEO

The Times of India 12 Jun 2024
Chinese company Hisense appoints Pankaj Rana, former top executive at LG ...
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Legislature enters Cabinet’s reform bill request into agenda

Taipei Times 12 Jun 2024
The Legislative Yuan yesterday entered into its agenda the Executive Yuan’s request for lawmakers to reconsider the controversial legislative reform bills it passed two weeks ago ... Chinese Nationalist ...
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China chic dominates graduation ceremonies

ECNS 11 Jun 2024
Students wearing traditional Chinese costumes are seen during a graduation photo-taking event at a university in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, on May 20 ... The dragon symbolizes strength, wisdom and good fortune for Chinese people.
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EU set to raise duties for Chinese electric vehicles

Business Day 10 Jun 2024
Chinese executives hope such talks will soften the blow ... Executives at Europe’s legacy carmakers said recently that stiffer tariffs might temporarily shrink or eliminate the cost advantage Chinese automakers gain from their supply chains.
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China probes top exec at state investment firm for corruption

Beijing News 10 Jun 2024
Beijing - A top executive at a major Chinese state-backed investment company is under investigation for corruption, the government's anti-corruption body said Sunday, as an unrelenting crackdown on graft sweeps through the finance sector.
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