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China may levy 30-50% punitive tariffs on polysilicon from EU, US, and Korea in 1Q13
Nuying Huang, Taipei; Jackie Chang, DIGITIMES
China's government reportedly has made a preliminary decision to levy punitive tarrifs on polysilicon imports from EU, South Korea, and US in the first quarter of 2013 in line with its antitrust probe. The punitive tariffs are likely to be around 30-50%...
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