Argentina has completed the anti-dumping review of imported bicycles on both sides of the Taiwan Strait on May 12
The Argentine government (the Unfair Trade Competition Department of the General Administration of Trade and the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Finance) has completed the anti-dumping review of bicycle products imported from China and mainland China on May 12, and decided to maintain the import of bicycles from Taiwan and China. The city tariff code 87120010) and the component set FOB export reserve price (same as the original implementation price) for a period of five years.
Secondly, maintain the FOB export reserve price of 3.02 US dollars per kilogram for the imported bicycle frame and fork parts products imported from mainland China (Southern Common Market Tariff No. 87149100910B) for a period of five years. The products involved in Taiwan have not been found to evade anti-dumping actions and have not taken relevant measures.