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  • Taiwan and China solar firms face antitrust tariffs in the US and Europe.

    Last update: Tuesday 19 April 2016 [10 news items]

Taiwan solar cell makers may withdraw from US anti-dumping tariff review

Apr 19, 12:32

JA Solar has asked the US Department of Commerce (DOC) to select Vietnam-based PV module makers Vina Solar Technology and Boviet Solar Technology as respondents in its review of the...

JA Solar USA asks DOC to include Vina Solar, Boviet Solar in anti-dumping tariff review

Apr 7, 10:40

While the US Department of Commerce (DOC) is reviewing anti-dumping tariff rates that has been imposed on Taiwan-based solar cell makers since December 2014, JA Solar USA has requested...

SolarWorld has Motech subject to US review of anti-dumping tariffs

Mar 3, 09:00

SolarWorld AG has asked for Motech Industries to be put under review by the US Department of Commerce for anti-dumping tariffs imposed on Taiwan-based solar cell makers in December...

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 solar cell makers to ask US to reconsider anti-dumping tariffs

Jan 5, 11:12

Taiwan-based solar cell makers will ask the US Department of Commerce (DOC) to reconsider anti-dumping tariffs imposed on their products, according to industry sources.

Taiwan solar cell makers striving to have US lower anti-dumping tariffs

Aug 19, 11:56

Taiwan-based crystalline silicon solar cell makers plan to apply to the US Department of Commerce (DOC) in 2016 to review anti-dumping tariffs it imposed in December 2014 in an attempt...

China makers plan to offer 260W PV modules in US

Jan 16, 11:04

First-tier China-based solar firms plan to offer 260W PV modules in the US market tro replace 250W models which were the mainstream power output in 2014, according to industry sources...

China PV module makers to regain price competitiveness in US market

Jan 13, 11:16

With the US government having almost halved the 2012-set average antitrust tariff rates for PV modules imported from China, China-based PV module makers are expected to regain their...

US lowers 2012 antitrust tariffs on China-made PV modules

Jan 5, 15:35

The US government has finished reviewing anti-dumping and anti-subsidization tariff rates imposed in 2012 on PV modules imported from China and decided to reduce the former rates...

Canada launches antitrust probe into China-made PV modules

Dec 11, 11:48

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has launched an antitrust probe into PV modules and laminates (semi-finished PV modules) imported from China.

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