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EU vs. China Round 1
  • The European Commission announced on September 6, 2012 the decision to start anti-dumping investigation against China-based solar firms

    Last update: Thursday 1 November 2012 [7 news items]

China adds Europe-based polysilicon firms to anti-dumping investigation

Nov 1, 14:51

China's Ministry of Commerce announced on November 1 that the government received requests to conduct anti-dumping investigations on Europe-based polysilicon imports in September...

EU punitive duties need to be above 15% for Taiwan-based makers to benefit

Sep 7, 01:45

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,...

EU begins anti-dumping probe into China-based solar firms

Sep 7, 01:20

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...

Solar firms hope possible anti-dumping investigation in Europe will shift market to equilibrium

Sep 5, 16:49

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...

German chancellor may influence EU anti-dumping investigation of China-made solar products

Sep 5, 12:22

German Chancellor Angela Merkel's agreement with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's opposition to trade protectionism implies that she may attempt to dissuade the EU Commission from launching...

China makers lower solar module prices in Europe

Aug 31, 11:32

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...

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Commentary: Looming trade war and increasing OEM orders to turn China domestic capacities obsolete

Aug 29, 11:50

The looming trade war has been pushing China-based solar firms to plan for short- and medium-term adjustments to domestic capacities. If demand from the domestic and emerging markets...

Categories: Green energy
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