Commerce Sets Duties On China's Solar Panels

Law360, Los Angeles (July 25, 2014, 7:45 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Department of Commerce on Friday said it is planning to levy preliminary anti-dumping import duties of roughly 42 percent on crystalline silicon solar panels from China and about 36 percent on solar cells made in Taiwan.

The federal agency imposed preliminary rates of 26.33 percent and 58.87 percent on solar panels assembled in China, made with solar cells fabricated in third countries using Chinese inputs, by Trina Solar Energy Co. Ltd. and ReneSola Ltd., respectively.

Commerce also set preliminary anti-dumping duties rates of 27.59 percent and 44.18 percent on cells made in Taiwan by Gintech Energy Corp. and Motech...

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