21 Nov '11, 6pm

Chinese Solar Organization Accuses US of Dumping Polysilicon in China via @greentechmedia

Chinese Solar Organization Accuses US of Dumping Polysilicon in China via @greentechmedia

Domestic Chinese manufacturers have asked their Ministry of Commerce to launch a dumping and subsidy investigation into sales of U.S. solar cells in China, according to China Daily . The China Photovoltaic Industry Alliance (CPIA) is finalizing a complaint alleging that U.S. manufacturers are selling their products at prices below cost in China, according to the same article. The Chinese alliance is also preparing another petition regarding an investigation into subsidies allegedly received by U.S. manufacturers. Recall that the SolarWorld claim identifies a number of subsidies that China's government provides to their solar industry, including below-market costs on raw materials and discounts on energy and land. CASE , a U.S. organization, refutes SolarWorld's claims. A representative from CPIA said that "foreign firms have cut prices on polysilicon to drive Chinese manuf...

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