India's new union budget has attempted to boost domestic manufacturing by raising import duties on finished products including PV inverters and solar lanterns.
Imported solar-project components and structures will also get more costly but the price of the raw materials they are made from, such as coated steel for mounting structures, will get a helping hand, with a eight-month suspension of anti-dumping duties.
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