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EU moves to slap retroactive tariffs on electric vehicles from China

Electric vehicles made in China must be registered with customs authorities in the European Union from Thursday as the bloc looks to apply retroactive tariffs from its ongoing probe into subsidies in the Chinese industry.

The move, which was signalled in a document bearing the stamp of European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen published on Tuesday night, means vehicles imported before the probe has concluded could be slapped with anti-subsidy duties.

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