The EU has published its decision to review the undertaking and the minimum import price (MIP) for crystalline PV products from China. As was proposed in July, the MIP will now be reduced quarterly beginning in October. For some Chinese manufacturers, the MIP, as well as a variable duty, is to be applied in future.
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.
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