2014-07-04

India Will Conclude Whether to Start Investigating Anti-dumping Issues in August

To protect India’s PV industry, India’sMinistry of Commerce and Industry suggested imposing anti-dumping tariffs on PV products imported from certain countries. The suggestion will find a final determination of whether to officially start investigation on A.. more
2014-06-06

EU ProSun Claims China Violates EU-China Solar Trade Agreement

Following U.S. Department of Commerce’s preliminary ruling in countervailing duty tariffs on certain Chinese PV products, EU ProSun, the European solar industry initiative, submitted documentation to European Commission (EC) this week, claiming that some C.. more
2014-06-04

SolarWorld Applauds DOC’s Decision on Imports of Subsidized Chinese Solar Products

SolarWorld praised today’s preliminary decision by the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) to impose anti-subsidy duties against U.S. imports of Chinese solar technology products and block state-sponsored Chinese solar producers from evading U.S. duties on thei.. more
2014-05-29

U.S. Solar Industry Awaits Preliminary Ruling on Chinese Subsidies, says SolarWorld

U.S. solar manufacturing industry awaits the first ruling from the Department of Commerce (DOC) in new trade cases against China and Taiwan, when the department makes a preliminary decision next week about the level of illegal Chinese government subsidies benefiting its.. more
2014-05-26

[Update] India Plans to Impose Anti-Dumping Duties on products from China, USA, Taiwan and Malaysia, Local Solar Power Station Installation Costs to Rise

On May 22, India’s Ministry of Commerce & Industry issued a statement that it will impose anti-dumping duties on solar products imported from China, US. Taiwan and Malaysia. In particular, it recommends imposing US$0.11/watt in duties on First Solar p.. more
2014-05-15

Australian Government Announces Anti-Dumping Investigation towards Chinese Module Imports

Australia’s anti-dumping commission announced on May 14th that they will conduct an anti-dumping investigation on finished and semi-finished Chinese PV module imports. The commission will be investigating whether there are dumping issues for PV modules shipped from .. more
2014-05-08

Wacker Benefits From EU-China Polysilicon Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Issues

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce announced on April 30, 2014, that they will impose anti-dumping and anti-subsidy taxes on European solar-grade polysilicon imports. Since China has signed a price agreement with Germany-based Wacker Chemie, the company will not be charg.. more

 

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