27 Apr '15, 11am

EU-China solar trade tariffs set for extension

If accepted, the request for a review would trigger a fresh investigation lasting up to 15 months. The tariffs levied on Chinese solar products in the EU could be in place more than a year after their expiry in December this year, PV Tech has learned. EU ProSun, the body that launched the initial complaint against Chinese imports, has confirmed that it will request a review of the existing tariffs and is confident it has sufficient evidence to compel the EU to initiate the fresh investigation. Current measures would remain in place through this process. If the commission does agree to review the existing duties, it will have to conduct essentially a fresh investigation, with industry hearings and questionnaires. Although the review is limited to 15 months, that time frame would see the existing tariffs in place. It is not yet clear whether the price undertaking agreed betw...

Full article: http://www.pv-tech.org/news/eu_china_solar_trade_tariffs_...

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