Australia Ends Investigation Into Alleged Dumping Of Chinese Solar PV Modules, Despite Comission Finding Evidence

Despite evidence uncovered by Australia’s anti-dumping commission suggesting that some Chinese solar photovoltaic (PV) modules were being sold in the country at dumped prices, the commission has decided to terminate its investigation, according to recent reports. Reportedly, the commission determined that the ‘injury’ caused by the Chinese actions was minimal, … [continued]

Chinese PV Manufacturers Refocus On Africa

Chinese photovoltaic (PV) manufacturers are having a hard time in Europe at the moment, facing looming anti-dumping duties set to thoroughly restrict their ability to expand their presence on the continent. Subsequently, according to China’s information service, Xinhuanet, Chinese PV panel manufacturers are looking to expand into Africa. Their first … [continued]

Europe’s Anti-Dumping Tariff About To Finalize, Chinese PV Manufacturers’ Three Contingency Plans

Apart from the rumor which says that China’s going to impose anti-dumping tariffs on the imported polysilicon, the Chinese government continues to communicate with Europe’s major member countries through diplomatic ways, hoping the member countries can encourage Europe to adopt a more moderate standpoint. The German government officials have spoken … [continued]