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Monday 15 July 2013
Taiwan solar cell makers hope for higher EU anti-dumping tariffs on China-made PV modules
While the European Union (EU) and China are still in negotiations toward settlement of the dumping of China-produced PV modules, Taiwan-based crystalline silicon solar cell makers...
Thursday 27 June 2013
EU duty on China-made solar products to help Taiwan solar industry, says SAS
The European Union (EU) has imposed a tentative anti-dumping tariff of 11.8% on solar products imported from China and is negotiating with the China government. If both sides reach...
Friday 7 June 2013
China anti-dumping duties to drive up solar polysilicon devices, says IHS
China's pending move to slap anti-dumping tariffs on imported solar polysilicon from key countries will generate a surge in pricing for this key raw material in June and July, but...
Tuesday 28 May 2013
Strong reaction from China, EU members over solar trade row
Europe may levy anti-dumping tariffs on China-made solar products. This will increase the prices of China-made solar products in Europe. To retaliate, China will likely impose tariffs...
Tuesday 28 May 2013
Commentary: EU telecom equipment probe against China is unnecessary
The telecom industry believes that by the end of 2013, China will likely issue 4G licenses to telecom carriers, and hence many equipment firms have been eager to gain share of the...
Thursday 7 March 2013
Taiwan solar makers see rising orders in February and March
Taiwan-based solar firms have been seeing rising orders in February and March. Some firms believe the changes are due to the EU's anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigation against...
Thursday 31 January 2013
Polysilicon suppliers making efforts to minimize impact of China anti-dumping, anti-subsidy tariffs
As the China government is likely to decide on anti-dumping and anti-subsidy tariffs against polysilicon imported from makers in the US, Europe and South Korea, some polysilicon makers...
Tuesday 11 December 2012
China may levy 30-50% punitive tariffs on polysilicon from EU, US, and Korea in 1Q13
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...
Tuesday 20 November 2012
Taiwan solar cell makers to see 12GWp potential orders in 2013 due to US, EU anti-dumping, says TSEC chairman
As China-based crystalline silicon solar cell makers are expected to release orders to makers in Taiwan, while Europe- and Japan-based vendors will shift orders from China to Taiwan...
Friday 28 September 2012
Sharp plans to withdraw solar panel production in EU and US
Japan-based Sharp plans to cut solar panel production in Europe and the US. The firm plans to gather resources and focus on Japan and other Asia markets. Sharp hopes to increase its...
Monday 24 September 2012
Suntech gets delisting warning from NYSE
China-based vertically integrated solar firm Suntech Power Holdings has been warned by the New York Stock Exchange of the possibility of being delisted as the firm's stock has been...
Thursday 20 September 2012
EU member countries to vote on solar anti-dumping results
The anti-dumping investigation in the EU has been on-going and the final results will be voted on by member countries. If the result of the vote is to levy punitive duties on China-made...
Thursday 13 September 2012
Taiwan solar firms reportedly plan to move equipment back from China
China-based solar firms are currently facing anti-dumping investigations in the EU. Many Taiwan-based firms that have set up plants in China are also included as targets of the investigation...
Monday 10 September 2012
China solar firms seek support from Taiwan to avoid high EU tariffs
The EU's anti-dumping investigation includes China-made solar wafers, cells, and modules, but if firms can prove that not all components of a solar module were made in China, they...
Friday 7 September 2012
EU punitive duties need to be above 15% for Taiwan-based makers to benefit
The European Commission has began an anti-dumping investigation against China-based firms, however, possible punitive duties may be low because of the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel's,...