by | Dec 2, 2011 | Trade Policy

USITC votes to pursue case on Chinese solar product dumping

The US International Trade Commission has voted unanimously that there is reasonable indication that the US solar industry is materially injured by imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells and modules from China allegedly subsidized and sold at less than fair value.

The Department of Commerce will proceed with its investigations and issue a preliminary countervailing duty determination on or about January 12, 2012, and a preliminary antidumping duty determination on or about March 22, 2012.

See the USITC release here. See the “Datamyne Top 5” shippers of solar modules from China to the US by volume.

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