11 October 2012 16:13 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--A group representing European solar module and cell producers wants the EU to quickly follow the ?xml:namespace>
“The American decision is yet more proof of the massive dumping and subsidising of Chinese exports worth billions of euros,” said Milan Nitzschke, president of EU ProSun.
“The European Union must act as quickly as possible now,” Nitzschke said.
EU ProSun has a case against imports from
According to ProSun's calculations, the newly established US anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties come to a combined average of 41.2% for most Chinese producers, with producer Suntech facing 46.51% and Trina Solar facing 34.29%.
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