China to levy deposits on polysilicon imports from US, Korea

18 July 2013 10:51  [Source: ICIS news]

SINGAPORE (ICIS)--China’s will levy deposits ranging from 2.40% to 57.00% as temporary antidumping measures on solar-grade polysilicon imports from the US and South Korea, with effect from 24 July, the Ministry of Commerce announced on Thursday.

The ministry said that its anti-dumping investigations, which started on 20 July 2012, found that polysilicon cargoes from the two countries had been dumped into China and have damaged China’s polysilicon industry.

List of deposits levied on US, South Korean polysilicon imports

Country

Company

Deposit ratio

US

REC Solar Grade Silicon

57.00%

REC Advanced Silicon Materials

57.00%

Hemlock Semiconductor Corp

53.30%

MEMC Pasadena

53.70%

AE Polysilicon

57.00%

All others

57.00%

Korea

Woongjin Polysilicon

12.30%

OCI Co

2.40%

Hankook Silicon

2.80%

KCC Corp and Korean Advanced Materials (KAM Corp

48.70%

Innovation Silicon

48.70%

All others       

12.30%


By: Viola Pan
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