07 March 2013 09:40 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--The EU is tightening the monitoring of solar products being exported from China to help its dumping investigation, state news agency Xinhua said on Thursday.
The EU has started registering some solar products coming from China from 6 March to see if such products are hurting solar companies in the EU, a market source said.
The registration process was started exactly six months after the EU launched anti-dumping probe on 6 September 2012, according to the Xinhua report.
The EU will announce the preliminary determination of the anti-dumping and countervailing probe of solar products originating from China at around 5 June and 7 August 2013 respectively.The final determination of anti-dumping and countervailing probe will be announced during 5-7 December 2013.
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