China Considering Increasing Tariff On Evs From 25% To 100%, Chrystia Freeland

  Canada Global (Web News) Canada is considering this affordable EV. Whether or not to impose tariffs on Chinese-made electric vehicles to prevent them from entering the market. But Ottawa, which has poured billions of dollars in subsidies into Canada’s EV industry, says its concerns aren’t just economic.

Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said on Monday that we are also looking at the national security aspect of this, adding that security aspects also come into play when it comes to Chinese exports of high-tech equipment such as cyber security. .
He made the remarks at an auto plant north of Toronto in Vaughan, Ontario, as he announced a 30-day review process into Beijing’s unfair trade practices.
Canada is considering whether to follow the US or raise tariffs on Chinese EVs from 25 percent to 100 percent.
The European Union is considering similar measures, but has agreed to hold trade talks with the Chinese government

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