EU Will Not Launch Anti-circumvention Probe in China

The EU Trade Commission has confirmed that it will not pursue SolarWorld’s claims of Chinese trade breaches because there is no convincible evidence. This June, EU ProSun handed a document and asked the EU Trade Commission to .. more

China Suspend Imports of Processed Polysilicon Possibly for Trade Talks

Last week, China’s Ministry of Commerce and General Administration of Customs announced to suspend imports of processed polysilicon since September. This move is generally interpreted as a bargain chip in future trade negotiations with the US. China has decided.. more

EU to Launch Anti-Circumvention Probes in China, Taiwan, Japan and Malaysia?

China’s Commerce Department pointed that German solar company SolarWorld AG has petitioned EU to launch a new phase of trade investigation in China-imported PV products. The aim may be anti-circumvention investigation regarding cer.. more

China, EU and US to Negotiate For Solar Trade Disputes

  In order to cut trade tariffs and custom duties,  14 WTO members include China, the EU, the US and Taiwan announced to begin a new series of trade negotiations to reduce green products’ tariffs. This may involve in trade .. more

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

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

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


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