China Imposes 4.4%-113.8% Antidumping Duty on Korean-Made Polysilicon

On Nov. 21, China's Ministry of Commerce publicized the outcome of its antidumping investigation against Korean-made PV polysilicon, confirming its dumping practice on the Chinese market. EnergyTrend analysts believe the finding will not impact polysilicon export a.. more

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

EU to Shorten Extension on Anti-Dumping Duties of Chinese Solar Imports

The European Commission has softened its attitude regarding the anti-dumping duties of Chinese solar panels. Reuters reports that the European Commission has voted to shorten the extension of the anti-dumping duties of Chinese solar.. more

Final Ruling for Second Review of US-China Solar Trade Dispute Unveiled, Duty Rates to Drive down Solar Product Prices in US

Result of the second review of the US-China solar trade dispute has finally been announced and the tariff rates of Chinese vendors has not changed significantly The final ruling of the second review of U.S.’s 2012 PV products anti-dumping duties (AD) on China .. more

EU Doubles Anti-dumping Tariff Levels on China-imposed Solar Glass

The EU has decided to impose anti-dumping and countervailing duties (AD and CVD) on China-imported solar glass in early August. While the European Commission announced the new AD rates that double the level up to 75.4%. EU ProSun G.. more

Conclusion of Review of 2012’s Antidumping Postponed

The U.S. Department of Commerce is conducting a new shipper review (NSR) of the anti-dumping duties imposed on certain crystalline silicon PV cells imported from China. The final ruling of the review was originally scheduled to be announced in late April to early Ma.. more

Weekly Review March 30 ~ April 10

During these two weeks, the global PV supply chain remains relatively flat due to weak market demand. Fortunately, demands in China are expected to return and declines in PV prices would end in the second quarter, according to EnergyTrend&rsq.. more


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