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
2014-05-05

China to Impose Anti-dumping and Countervailing Duties on Solar Grade Polysilicon Imported From EU

Chinese government announced that it will impose anti-dumping and countervailing duties on solar grade polysilicon imported from EU as an immediate reaction against EU’s former decision of imposing the same duties on China-made PV glasses. Announced on May 1st, th.. more
2014-04-15

U.S. Senators Appeal for Negotiation With Chinese PV Industry

Seven U.S. senators have sent a letter to the Obama Administration this week to call for a settlement of the solar trade war instead of imposing further tariffs on China-imported PV products. This is the second message of negotiation after SEIA announced its cooperat.. more
2014-04-11

EU to Impose Duties on Solar Glass Imported from China

The European Union (EU) will start imposing heavy duties on China-made solar glass used on solar panels as a following act after the anti-dumping and countervailing probe against China. The EU claims that the solar glasses received illegal subsidies and were sold to Eu.. more
2014-04-01

EU-China Minimum Price Falls to €0.53 Per Watt: PV Tech

EU has set a price/volume limitation on certain PV products exported from China to fight against the dumping and subsidies issues. The new minimum price that Chinese manufacturers can charge EU buyers could fall from €0.56/watt to €0.53/watt starting from 2Q14.. more
2014-03-07

Rumor Has it That Japan to Join in the Solar Trade War Against China

It said that Australia may launch an anti-dumping and countervailing investigation on PV products imported from China, making it the third country/region which joins into the solar trade war. Today, it emerges a new hearsay that Japan is also considering to impose extra ta.. more

 

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