26 July 2012 19:26 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--A group of 25 European solar panel firms, including ?xml:namespace>
The group’s spokesman, Milan Nitzschke, said the Chinese firms were trying to wipe out western producers in an effort to totally dominate the global market.
“We will not stand for this, there are trade rules, and we want those trade rules to be applied,” Nitzschke said in announcing the move.
The Commission is expected to decide by mid-September on whether to follow up on the firms' request to impose anti-dumping duties.
Germany-based chemicals firm Wacker Chemie has said it is opposed to EU duties on solar modules imported from
Earlier this year, the
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