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SolarWorld Fires Shot at SEIA Over China Trade Case, But Leaves Settlement Possibility Open

August 17, 2014 by Stephen Lacey
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Late last month, the Commerce Department issued a preliminary ruling in SolarWorld's anti-dumping case against Chinese solar producers. The government will slap large tariffs on Chinese suppliers, which could raise the price of modules shipped into the U.S. by up to 20%.[read more]

The case against a tariff on imported Chinese solar panels

February 29, 2012 by Jim Pierobon

Last October the US subsidiary of German-based SolarWorld, a manufacturer of polysilicon solar cells, filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Commerce and International Trade Commission alleging that China was selling solar cells in the US a low prices because of unfair subsidies.[read more]

SolarWorld states its case for tariffs on Chinese solar panel imports

February 15, 2012 by Jim Pierobon

China's Xi Jinping is the assumed next leader of the Chinese Communist Party. Watch for what he says about the raging dispute over China's solar panel prices and the trade war that looms. CREDIT: sify.com The visits this week in Washington, Iowa and Los Angeles by the presumed next general secretary of the Chinese Communist party, Xi...[read more]

Which Side Of The Solar Trade Wars Are You On?

January 9, 2012 by Marc Gunther
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Should we worry about Chinese government subsidies to its solar industry? Or send the Chinese a thank-you note? A group of seven US-based manufacturers of solar panels is alarmed. These manufacturers, led by Solar World, a German firm with a plant in Oregon, filed a complaint with the United States International Trade Commission, which...[read more]

A Trade War With China Will Decimate US Solar

November 3, 2011 by Arno Harris
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I've been getting up to speed on the trade proceeding initiated by SolarWorld that seeks to impose punitive duties on US companies that import Chinese solar modules. What I've learned is chilling. The nightmare that is likely to unfold will have severe and immediate consequences to the US solar industry. Unless the industry takes action...[read more]