Eurostat Import Figures Confirm: China Effectively Banned from EU’s E-Bike Market

BRUSSELS, Belgium – Eurostat import figures for the first half of 2019 clearly point out the effectiveness of the by mid-January 2019 instigated anti-dumping measures on e-bikes imported from China. They prove that the People’s Republic is now more or less banned from the e-bike market of the EU. What rose to a total import of some 800,000 e-bikes in (whole year) 2018, is just a little left over during the first half of this year.
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China Is Taking Over Japan’s E-Bike Market

TOKYO, Japan – Last year’s Market Report Japan reported on the already for years ongoing drops in sales of regular bicycles. The only good news was the Made in Japan e-bikes as their 2017 sales increased in numbers as well as in value. Viewing the now available January to September 2018 statistics on production and imports of bicycles and e-bikes, it shows that Japan made e-bikes are faced with rising competition out of China.
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Advertising Media, China Imposes Largest Fine To Date For False Advertising

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China Imposes Largest Fine To Date For False Advertising
Chinese authorities have imposed a fine of approximately $ 1 million US on consumer goods giant Proctor & Gamble (P&G) for false advertising. The penalty is the largest-ever fine for false advertising in China and demonstrates a desire by Chinese …
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Digital surge drives UK advertising's fastest growth for four years
In cinemas, outdoor, news, television and elsewhere, advertising is seizing the opportunity of new technology. "That trend is transforming our media, driving growth and keeping UK advertising ahead of the global competition." The AA recently predicted …
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