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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ARIV E-Bikes from General Motors Arriving in Europe

DOETINCHEM, the Netherlands – One of the world’s biggest car maker plunges into the electric bicycle market. At the beginning of this year, General Motors (GM) announced the launch of its first electric bicycles: the ARĪV Meld and the ARĪV Merge. These next generation urban e-bikes will arrive in the Netherlands on 21 June.
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2nd Electronics Powerhouse from Taiwan Enters E-Bike Market

TAIPEI, Taiwan – After Darfon Electronics Corp. entered the e-bike market in 2015, now another computer giant from Taiwan is making its appearance. And this one is even much bigger compared to Darfon. It’s a multi-billion computer laptop, tablet etcetera maker based in Taiwan which is now stepping into the electric bicycle market through one of its subsidiaries.
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