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China launches anti-dumping probe into EU pork imports

Beijing News 17 Jun 2024
BEIJING - China said Monday it had launched an anti-dumping investigation into imports of pork products from the European Union ... Beijing warned the tariffs would 'harm Europe's own interests' and condemned the bloc's 'protectionism'.
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China launches dumping probe into EU pork imports

Taipei Times 17 Jun 2024
AFP, BEIJING ... The probe is in response to an application submitted on behalf of domestic producers, Beijing said, and comes in the face of mounting trade tensions between China and the bloc ... Beijing ...
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China launching anti-dumping probe into EU pork imports

RTE 17 Jun 2024
on behalf of the domestic" pork industry, Beijing said ... Beijing warned the tariffs would "harm Europe's own interests" and condemned the bloc's "protectionism".
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China says launches anti-dumping probe into EU pork imports

Hong Kong Standard 17 Jun 2024
on behalf of the domestic" pork industry, Beijing said ... Beijing warned the tariffs would "harm Europe's own interests" and condemned the bloc's "protectionism".
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German firms hope EU-China tariff talks can help dodge shake-up in EV business

South China Morning Post 17 Jun 2024
Germany has little to gain as Brussels slaps duties on Chinese electric vehicles and Beijing vows retaliation, business group says ... .
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Facing E.V. Tariffs, China Threatens Pork Imports From Europe

New York Times 17 Jun 2024
Acting quickly after the European Union imposed extra tariffs of up to 38 percent on China’s electric cars, Beijing opened a trade case on Europe’s pork ... .
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China's power generation up 2.3% in May

China Daily 17 Jun 2024
BEIJING - Power generation of China's major electricity production enterprises went up 2.3 percent year-on-year in ...
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China's power generation up 2.3 pct in May

Xinhua 17 Jun 2024
BEIJING, June 17 (Xinhua) -- Power generation of China's major electricity production enterprises went up 2.3 percent year on ...
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Australia, China hold candid talks on rights

Business Day 17 Jun 2024
Li’s visit raises the issue of whether Australia will continue to accept high levels of Chinese investment in its critical minerals sector, as Western security allies push to reduce reliance on Beijing for the rare earths vital to electric vehicles.
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Australian PM, China premier to discuss trade, jailed writer on Monday

Gulf-Times 16 Jun 2024
... will continue to accept high levels of Chinese investment in its critical minerals sector, as Western security allies push to reduce reliance on Beijing for the rare earths vital to electric vehicles.
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China’s clean energy industry fights for survival

Taipei Times 16 Jun 2024
Solar’s biggest backer is Beijing ... Other clean energy sectors like batteries and electric vehicles are in the same stable. Beijing’s support, which in years past included generous subsidies, has helped deliver a world-beating industry.
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No one wins a war

The News International 16 Jun 2024
Following market logic, the communist country has started mass production of electrical vehicles ... Therefore, the West must take Beijing, Moscow and Kiev on board if it really wants to come up with any sustainable solution to the conflict.
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EU to raise Chinese EV duties from 10 to 38%, escalating trade dispute

Beijing News 15 Jun 2024
The European Union (EU) has announced plans to increase tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles (EVs), intensifying a trade dispute over Beijing's subsidies that the EU claims are harming its domestic automakers.
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Why is the EU imposing new tariffs on Chinese-made electric vehicles?

Al Jazeera 15 Jun 2024
The European Union plans to impose harsh new tariffs on Chinese-made electric vehicles, which Beijing has said is pure protectionism ... .
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EU’s new mantra: reducing reliance on China

The News International 15 Jun 2024
The European Union’s plan to hike tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles (EVs) reflects a firming of its stance towards Beijing, but falls short of a tougher US position tending towards an outright decoupling from China.

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