Deployment of Global Strategy Remains the Focus after Taiwan AD Tax Rate is Lowered

The result of the US-China anti-dumping (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) was finalized on December 17th. Taiwan producers were imposed an average AD tax rate of 19.5%, lower than the preliminary determination of 24.23%. The following is a summary of the responses .. more

US-China Trade War -- Tariffs Rise for China, Drop for Taiwan, Solar Makers Seek US Export Channels

United States Department of Commerce has announced its 2014 anti-dumping and countervailing duties final tariff ruling on December 17th. Tariffs for Chinese manufacturers are higher than the preliminary determination, while lowered slightly for Taiwanese makers. Chinese .. more

US DOC’s Final Trade Duties Unveiled, Higher CVD Rates for Chinese Solar Products

U.S. Department of Commerce’s (DOC) final decision to the anti-dumping and countervailing duties (AD/CVD) has been reported. DOC will impose duties on certain Chinese- and Taiwan-imported solar products following the preliminary rulings yet the rates are sl.. more

NCKU in Taiwan Unveils “Pegasus One” the New Hydrogen Fueled Electric Scooter

National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), southern Taiwan, has unveiled its very first hydrogen fueled electric scooter called “Pegasus One” recently. It is a update of the original electrical scooter by combing fuel cell and lith.. more

Sales Momentum Continues for Taiwan PV Producers in November

While PV prices remained flat recently, total shipment increased, according to PV producers. It is expected that sales revenue in November will continue to reflect an uptrend for Taiwan manufacturers, such as Gintech, Solartech, Tainergy, and Giga Solar, etc. Ginte.. more

US’s Anti-Dumping Decision Injured Taiwanese PV Industry

The preliminary ruling of U.S.’s new phase of anti-dumping (AD) duties severely injured Taiwanese PV manufacturers’ operation in the third quarter of 2014. Most Taiwanese makers had turned profits into losses in the quarter, and high efficiency technologies .. more

Taiwan’s NCKU Research Team Developed Next-Generation Magnesium Batteries

A research team at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Taiwan, is developing next-generation magnesium batteries to replace lithium batteries. The new batteries could be more stable than lithium batteries as well as have higher capacity. Led by Prof. Fei-Yi Hu.. more


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