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...
Friday 10 May 2013
European Commission proposes high solar tariff against China firms
The trade war in the solar market does not seem to be stopping. Following the anti-dumping and anti-subsidy tariff levied on China-based firms from the US, the EU is likely to follow...
Tuesday 13 November 2012
Taiwan solar cell makers hoping price drops will ease in December
Taiwan-based solar cell makers expect China-based competitors to stop dumping their products in December when the off season begins, helping stabilize prices, according to industry...
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,...
Friday 7 September 2012
EU begins anti-dumping probe into China-based solar firms
The European Commission launched an anti-dumping investigation against China-based solar firms on September 6. The investigation is scheduled to take nine months before preliminary...
Wednesday 5 September 2012
Solar firms hope possible anti-dumping investigation in Europe will shift market to equilibrium
The European Commission is expected to announce its position on the anti-dumping investigation requested by solar firms in Europe on September 6, 2012. Solar firms around the world...
Friday 31 August 2012
China makers lower solar module prices in Europe
China-based makers have reduced quotes for their solar modules in Europe from EUR0.55-0.60/watt (US$0.69-0.75) in July to EUR0.50-0.55/watt currently due to weak demand. The prices...
Monday 30 July 2012
European Commission to decide necessity of anti-dumping investigation in 45 days
European Commission will decide in 45 days whether it will start an anti-dumping investigation on China-based solar firms. China-based vertically integrated solar firms have been...
Friday 27 July 2012
Lite-On IT to cooperate with EC antitrust probe
The European Commission (EC) will launch antitrust investigation of 13 companies supplying optical disc drives (ODDs) in the European Union market for alleged participation in worldwide...
Monday 20 December 2010
CMI will appeal against EC antitrust fine, says chairman
Chimei Innolux (CMI) has received an official notification of an antitrust fine from the European Commission (EC), but the company will definitely appeal against it, according to...
Friday 10 December 2010
EU price-fixing fine to put CMI in the red
Chimei Innolux (CMI) has reportedly decided to recognize the price-fixing fine of EUR300 million (US$396.3 million) levied by the European Commission in its fourth-quarter 2010 balance...
Thursday 9 December 2010
AUO to appeal the price-fixing charges from European Commission, EU to fine Asia panel makers EUR649 million
AU Optronics (AUO) plans to appeal at the Luxembourg general court against the European Commission's decision to fine TFT-LCD panel makers in Asia EUR649 million (US$858 million)...
Friday 29 October 2010
Option withdraws anti-dumping charges against Huawei dashing hopes of Taiwan makers
Belgium-based wireless Internet-access equipment maker Option has announced it has withdrawn its anti-dumping and anti-subsidy charges against imports of wireless/mobile Internet-access...
Monday 11 October 2010
AUO releases profit warning for 3Q10
AU Optronics (AUO) has announced a plan to issue euro convertible bonds (ECBs) worth US$800 million for equipment purchase, and it has also released a profit warning for the third...
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