Latest trade case headlines

LDK finally exits insolvency

LDK Solar headquarters.

Chinese manufacturer will exit proceedings on April 21. The Grand Court of the Cayman Islands this week unshackled the last restrictions on the reorganized solar giant.

Australia: Module dumping causes negligible injury

An Australian PV rooftop.

The Australian Government has found that a number of Chinese PV suppliers are guilty of having dumped modules in the market. However, it has recommended no action be taken due to the relatively small dumping margins and...

Shunfeng shareholders help impressive annual figures

Cheng Kin Ming.

The acquisition of Wuxi Suntech's manufacturing facilities transformed Shunfeng into a tier 1 player overnight but the ambitious company was staring down the barrel three months ago.

EU to raise minimum import price for Chinese solar modules

European Commission

A year after lowering the minimum import price, the European Commission is set to increase it back to its original level. The weak euro is one major reason for the move.

ET Solar to work with EC on MIP compliance

ET Solar flag and building

ET Solar is "very confident" it can address the concerns raised by the European Commission late last week in its finding that the company had breached the terms of the MIP agreement. ET says it will "address the EC's concerns...

ReneSola to exit European minimum price

ReneSola HQ

Chinese module manufacturer ReneSola has indicated that it will exit from the European Union's minimum import price (MIP) agreement. The reason for ReneSola's move is the European Commission ruling that Chinese companies cannot...

Dutch authorities investigating possible PV module import violations

Port of Rotterdam

An importer in the Netherlands is suspected of shipping re-labled solar modules from China to Europe via Malaysia and Taiwan. According to Dutch press reports, modules from 22 different manufacturers are being held in several...

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