Trade Court Vacates Duties On Certain Chinese Solar Cells

By Jennifer Doherty (December 8, 2021, 7:10 PM EST) -- The U.S. Court of International Trade approved the U.S. Department of Commerce's move to free certain Chinese manufacturers' solar cells from anti-dumping duties on Wednesday, ruling that the agency had finally presented an evidence-based tariff calculation.

Trade Judge Claire R. Kelly accepted Commerce's fourth remand results in two consolidated appeals led by Changzhou Trina Solar Energy Co. Ltd. and Canadian Solar International Ltd. almost five months after she sent the department back to the drawing board for using outlier data to evaluate the cost of nitrogen the companies used to fabricate solar cells.

"No party objects to Commerce's surrogate country selection,...

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