2017-05-26

SolarWorld Americas Joins Suniva to Petition for Section 201

Suniva petitioned for Section 201 after it filed chapter 11, and U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has accepted the petition. SolarWorld Americas, whose parent company, SolarWorld AG, bankrupted in May, announced to join Sun.. more
2017-05-16

Ten Chinese PV Companies Express Opposition against USA’s Section 201

Suniva asked U.S.’s International Trade Commission (ITC) to invoke Section 201 for protecting the nation’s PV industry after the company officially filed chapter 11. Chinese PV makers show strong opposition against Suniva&r.. more
2017-03-03

U.S. Caps AD Rate for Taiwan-Based Cell Suppliers at 4.2% According to Preliminary Result of 2014~2016 Solar Trade Case Review

 The U.S. Department of Commerce that on March 1 announced changes to the antidumping duties (AD) that are imposed on PV cell imports from Taiwanese suppliers during the 2014~2016 period. According to the preliminary result of the case review, the Commerce Depa.. more
2016-12-30

Preliminary Ruling for Review on US’s Anti-dumping Duty Announced, the Lowest Rate Goes to 7.72% [updated]

U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) has published results of the preliminary ruling for the third review on U.S.’s anti-dumping duties on certain crystalline solar product imports from China in a Notice on December 22. The separated anti-dumping rates has been re.. more
2016-09-09

JinkoSolar Announces to Withdraw from EU’s MIP Agreement

Chinese PV leading company JinkoSolar announced to exit European Union’s (EU’s) Price Undertaking (UT) agreement, or the “Minimum Import Price” (MIP) measurement on September 8. JinkoSolar’s withdrawal added pressure on the EU.. more
2016-08-18

Five Chinese PV Makers Removed from EU’s Price Agreement

The European Commission (EC) keeps conducting investigations on certain Chinese PV imports to the EU, and announced to withdraw five more Chinese PV makers from the Minimum Import Price (MIP) agreement, or the “price undertaking.” Ningbo OSDA .. more
2016-08-01

Second Review on 2012 Chinese PV Case Has Concluded; Manufacturers Put Overseas Expansion Plans on Hold

The U.S. Department of Commerce has released the final ruling on its second review of the antidumping and countervailing duties (AD/CVD) rates on Chinese PV module imports for 2012. According to the decision, imports from major Chinese manufacturers will be affecte.. more

 

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