EU imposes anti-dumping tariffs on Chinese solar panels

Solar panels are sold to Europe below normal market value


On 4 June, EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht announced European Commission's decision of imposing provisional anti-dumping measures on imports of solar panels and key components from China.

During a nine-month investigation, which was launched in September 2012, the Commission found that Chinese solar panels are sold to Europe below its normal market value. Therefore, the European executive body has decided to impose certain duties in order to palliate the harm caused to the Europ...


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