21 March 2012 06:28 [Source: ICIS news]
(adds statement from Trina Solar in paragraphs 7-10)
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--The US Department of Commerce has imposed an initial anti-subsidy duty on photovoltaic (PV) products imported from ?xml:namespace>
The anti-subsidy duty of 2.9%-4.73% announced on 20 March is much lower than expectation of most American solar panel producers, the source added.
The Department of Commerce said on 9 November 2011 that it will begin anti-dumping investigations on Chinese solar cells.
Confirming that its Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaic Cells and Modules from
"We are working to ensure that our
This preliminary determination is only the first step and is subject to further examination and final determination later this year by the DOC, the company explained.
“Moreover, the determination of whether injury has been found or not is dependent upon the International Trade Commission's subsequent ruling," Trina Solar added.
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