29 May '15, 10am

EU investigating adding Malaysia and Taiwan to solar trade case

EU ProSun estimates that circumvention has cost the EU €500 million in lost customs revenue. Source: Flickr/Thijs ter Haar. The EU has opened an investigation into Malaysian and Taiwanese solar imports that could see the countries added to the scope of the Commission’s trade tariffs on Chinese modules. German firm SolarWorld requested the investigation and presented the Commission with sufficient evidence of a “change in the pattern of trade” and that the existing trade measures are being “undermined”, according to a document published today in the Official Journal of the European Union. The development tracks that of the US-China trade case where the use of cells from countries other than China was targeted in a fresh trade case last year. That case, in which SolarWorld was again the chief agitator, resulted in additional tariffs on modules using cells from Taiwan. The ru...

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