Canada Announces Final Result of Dumping, Subsidy in Chinese PV Products

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) announced on June 3rd (local time) the conclusion of the anti-dumping and countervailing investigation of Chinese PV products. CBSA believed that Chinese government-subsidized PV modules were dumped in Canada. Final d.. more

[update] Taiwanese and Malaysian PV Companies Have Strong Case in EU’s Anti-Circumvention Probe

On May 29, the European Commission (EC), the executive body of the European Union (EU) released a list of the Taiwanese and Malaysian photovoltaic (PV) manufacturers that are being investigated for helping Chinese PV manufacturers to circumvent PV cell and modu.. more

EU Initiates Anti-circumvention Investigation against Taiwanese and Malaysian PV Products

The European Commission has officially launched an anti-circumvention investigation against Taiwanese and Malaysian PV cells/modules imports. As from May 29th, when the announcement was published, all imports from Taiwan and Malaysia have t.. 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

[Updated] EU-China MIP Agreement to be Reviewed

The European Commission published a decision to initiate a new phase of investigation into its Minimum Import Price (MIP) agreement with China. EU ProSun, led by SolarWorld, claimed the price is unsuitable due to sources of the spot prices. PV Tech reports tha.. more

EU-China Solar Trade Tariffs Might Extend; EPIA Calls for End of MIP

The Minimum Import Price (MIP) agreement set by EU and Chinese solar products could be extended because EU ProSun will request a review of the existing tariffs and is confident of its evidence. The current measure will be expired in December, 2015, while the exten.. more

Weekly Review March 9th ~ 13th

Chinese PV manufacturers again encountered trade wars this week. The Canada Border Service Agency (CBSA) has decided to launch investigations on PV modules and laminates imported/originated in China. EU, on the other hand, proposed to exclude three Chinese PV .. more


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