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

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

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

Silevo Involved in China-US Solar Trade Dispute due to HJT Cells

SolarCity’s subsidiary Silevo has to pay anti-dumping and countervailing duties (AD/CVD) for their PV cell exports from China to USA, ruled U.S. International Trade Association (ITA). Silevo manufactures heterojunction cells (HJT cells) in Hangzh.. more

Trina May Gain Big from Second Review of 2012 AD/CVD Case as the U.S. Considers Cutting Tariffs on Chinese PV Imports

The United States Department of Commerce is expected to soon reveal the preliminary ruling on its second review of anti-dumping and countervailing (AD/CVD) rates on Chinese photovoltaic (PV) cell imports for 2012. This comes after the U.S. government agency conclu.. more

EnergyTrend Predicts Chinese Efforts in Expanding Module Capacity Abroad Will Neutralize Much of Impact from Latest U.S. AD/CVD Ruling

At the start of this year, the United States Department of Commerce conducted a preliminary review of the anti-dumping and countervailing (AD/CVD) measures against Chinese photovoltaic (PV) cell imports for 2012 and reduced the overall tariff rate from 30% to 17.5%. .. more

USITC Upholds Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Duties, Dashing the Hopes of Taiwan’s PV Firms

The US International Trade Commission (USITC) has officially voted to uphold the findings that Chinese and Taiwanese PV manufacturers have been dumping their products. The tariffs against PV imports will follow the Depart of Commer.. more


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