A total of 22 Members of European Parliament, including the vice-chair of the Energy Committee of the European Parliament, co-sign a letter addressed to the European Commission calling for the removal of antidumping and anti-subsidy duties against Chinese solar components.
Revenue of EUR 204 million is below both Q2 2016 and Q3 2015 despite slight shipments increase year-on-year. SolarWorld cuts production volume and staff in third quarter as it prepares for Q4.
The latest high-profile walkaway from the EU’s minimum import price undertaking sees GCL-SI withdraw, meaning nearly all of China’s largest solar firms have either left or been expelled from the agreement.
Citing alleged violations of the minimum import price agreement with Chinese PV manufacturers, the European Commission has moved to remove Huashun China and Seraphim China from the undertaking. Another three producers have notified the EC of their voluntary withdrawal.
The European Commission’s trade measures have been ruinous for European manufacturers, led to the loss of thousands of jobs and stymied growth in the sector, members of SolarPower Europe argue in a letter to Brussels.
Solar company becomes latest Tier 1 player to voluntarily remove itself from the European Union’s minimum import price undertaking.
World Trade Organization’s rejection of Indian appeal against U.S. complaint lays bare the ‘contradictory’ nature of India’s Domestic Content Requirement, says Mercom Capital Group, and should compel government to pursue other ways to subsidize domestic manufacturers.
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