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TSMC clarifies report on antitrust investigation

Sep 7, 10:39

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has responded to media reports indicating the company is facing EU and US antitrust investigations by saying it has not received...

Taiwan hopes to cooperate with EU in green economy

Jun 28, 13:17

The Taiwan government hopes to cooperate with the European Union (EU) in a green economy, in particular: plastic materials recycling, garbage reuse, reclamation of precious metals...

SolarWorld bankruptcy may influence US, EU actions

May 16, 11:13

Germany-based SolarWorld AG has declared bankruptcy and this may influence the US government's decision on global safeguards investigations pursuant to Section 201 of the Trade Act...

Jinko Solar quits EU MIP framework

Sep 12, 14:53

China-based PV module maker Jinko Solar Holdings has decided to voluntarily withdraw from the MIP (minimum import price) framework established by the EU.

EU cancels MIP status of Neo Solar Power, Motech China subsidiaries, say reports

Aug 29, 16:06

The European Union (EU) has removed China-based subsidiaries established by Taiwan-based Neo Solar Power and Motech Industries from the MIP (minimum import price) framework, according...

Sales of iOS smartphones up in US and EU, down in China in 2Q16, says Kantar

Newswatch - Aug 12, 11:51

Sales of iOS-based smartphones returned to growth in the US and in the three major markets in the EU – the UK, Germany and France – but continued to suffer on-year declines...

EU finds 3 more China PV module makers in breach of MIP agreement

Jul 13, 20:08

The European Union (EU) has notified the China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Machinery and Electronic Products (CCCME) that it has removed three more China-based PV...

Acer expects no exchange losses in 2Q16 despite dropping EUR and GBP

Jul 7, 13:52

Commenting on a market rumor that PC brand vendors are planning to raise their PC prices in Europe in response to recent fierce depreciation in the euro and British pound, Acer chairman...

George Huang, Acer chairman

Acer expects Europe operation to be affected by UK vote

Jun 24, 16:09

Acer CEO Jason Chen has pointed out that the UK's departure from the EU will weaken demand in the Europe market because of weakened consumer confidence and exchange rate fluctuations...

Compal chairman expects Taiwan exports to benefit from rising Japanese Yen

Jun 24, 15:12

Commenting on the UK's referendum over EU membership, Compal Electronics chairman Rock Hsu said the passing of the referendum it is likely to affect Taiwan, Asia and even the UK itself...

Rock Hsu, Compal chairman

EU ends probe over minimum import price for China-made PV modules

Jan 21, 11:54

The European Union (EU) has ended an investigation without changing the minimum import pricing previously agreed on for China-produced PV modules, according to China's Ministry of...

Taiwan, Malaysia violators in EU probe take up 9%, 7% of PV modules used in Europe

Dec 30, 12:03

Taiwan- and Malaysia-produced PV modules found to have circumvented minimum import pricing set by the EU account for 7% and 9% respectively of the modules used in Europe, according...

21 makers passing EU anti-circumvention probe account for 90% of Taiwan's PV exports to Europe

Dec 28, 23:06

The European Commission under the European Union (EU) has announced that 21 Taiwan-based crystalline silicon solar cell makers and PV module makers have passed its anti-circumvention...

Chang Peng-heng, CEO for Motech Industries

21 Taiwan-based solar cell, PV module makers pass EU anti-circumvention probe

Dec 23, 15:34

The European Commission has announced that 21 Taiwan-based crystalline silicon solar cell makers and PV module makers have passed its anti-circumvention investigation, meaning that...

EU mulls adjusting minimum import price for China-made PV products

Oct 22, 11:39

EU ProSun, a joint initiative of Europe-based PV companies led by Germany-based SolarWorld AG, has requested the European Union (EU) to exclude prices for China-made PV products from...

EC anti-circumvention probe team to visit Taiwan in October

Sep 11, 15:14

The European Commission, which in late May 2015 decided to launch an anti-circumvention investigation of Taiwan- and Malaysia-based solar cell and PV module makers as well as China-based...

PV factories in Malaysia may be subject to EU anti-circumvention probe

Sep 9, 14:54

The European Commission (EU) on May 29 announced an anti-circumvention investigation of China-, Taiwan- and Malaysia-based crystalline silicon solar cell and PV module makers, and...

PV modules shipped from Taiwan, Malaysia detained at Rotterdam seaport

Jun 18, 15:04

1.5 million PV modules equivalent to 50MWp in total capacity, shipped from Taiwan and Malaysia have been detained at the Port of Rotterdam, the Netherlands, due to suspected circumvention...

ReneSolar, ET Solar to export OEM-made PV modules to Europe, says CBN Daily

Jun 12, 11:00

China-based PV module makers ReneSolar and ET Solar, as they have been removed from the European Union's (EU) MIP (minimum import price) framework and therefore will be subject to...

Small Taiwan firms may be unable to apply for exemption from EU anti-circumvention probe

Jun 5, 15:57

Small-size Taiwan-based PV solar makers and trading companies engaged in exports of solar cells or PV modules to Europe are not likely to apply for exemption from the anti-circumvention...

EU starts anti-circumvention investigation of Taiwan solar firms

Jun 1, 12:07

The European Commission on May 29 announced an anti-circumvention investigation of China-, Taiwan- and Malaysia-based makers of crystalline silicon solar cells and PV modules.

Taiwan to talk with EU about PV circumvention probe

May 29, 12:39

The Board of Foreign Trade (BOFT) under Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) on May 28 indicated that it has sent a delegation to Brussels to talk with the European Commission...

EU may soon decide whether to start anti-circumvention probe of China PV module makers

May 5, 14:05

The European Union (EU) is likely to determine soon whether a formal investigation will be launched into China-based PV modules makers over alleged circumvention of minimum import...

EU plans to hike minimum import prices for China-made PV modules

Mar 17, 19:57

The European Union (EU) will review its Minimum Import Price (MIP) framework for China-made PV modules on April 1 and plans to hike minimum prices by 5.66% from EUR0.53/W (US$0.56)...

China PV module makers may begin withdrawal from MIP

Mar 16, 22:13

With the European Union (EU) deciding to remove three China-based PV module makers from the Minimum Import Price (MIP) framework for suspected circumvention of minimum import pricing...

China-made PV modules seized at Europe ports in import violation probe, says report

Mar 12, 11:20

PV modules produced by 22 China-based makers have been seized by customs authorities at several seaports in Europe in investigations of alleged violation of floor import pricing and...

EU may dismiss SolarWorld request for anti-circumvention probe again, say Taiwan makers

Jan 29, 11:46

The European Union (EU) is likely to dismiss Germany-based SolarWorld AG's request for a renewed anti-circumvention investigation and instead will review the minimum price and annual...

EU mulling anti-circumvention measures on Asia solar exports, says report

Oct 31, 15:22

Following the anti-dumping and countervailing measures imposed by the US on China and Taiwan solar PV makers, the European Union (EU) is now investigating other Asia countries for...

OLAF to probe Taiwan PV makers suspected of helping China firms evade import restrictions

Sep 10, 12:41

The European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) will investigate certain Taiwan-based PV makers suspected of helping China-based PV module makers evade the EU's minimum import price and import...

TPVIA dismisses speculation over looming EU solar probe

Aug 19, 11:14

The Taiwan Photovoltaic Industry Association (TPVIA) has dismissed speculation that the EU will launch an investigation into China-based PV module makers and their suppliers, including...

EU to probe China PV makers, say Taiwan makers

Jul 9, 11:17

The European Union (EU), in response to Germany-based SolarWorld AG's complaint that some China-based PV module makers have stealthily offered Europe-based importers prices below...

EU may probe China-made PV products again, say Taiwan makers

Jun 6, 14:30

While the European Union (EU) has settled disputes over dumping and subsidization of China-made PV products with the China government voluntarily setting a floor export price and...

EU to lower floor price for China-made PV modules

Apr 21, 11:10

The European Union (EU) has settled with the China government to downward adjust the floor price for PV modules imported from China from EUR0.56 (US$0.77)/W currently to EUR0.53/W...

EU to lower floor price for China-made PV modules, say reports

Mar 24, 15:14

The EU will lower the floor price for PV modules imported from China from EUR0.56 (US0.77)/W currently to EUR0.53/W beginning April 1, 2014, with the annual import quota remaining...

EU 7GWp import quota reportedly to include soar cells

Aug 2, 10:03

The European Union (EU) has reached a consensus with the China government to set an annual quota of 7GWp on PV modules imported from China, but the quota will reportedly also include...

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