EU raises anti-dumping duties on Chinese solar glass

The European Commission today imposed higher anti-dumping duties on imports of solar glass from China.   The revised rate of anti-dumping duty ranges from 17.5 to 75.4 %, according to

ENG" target="_blank">Regulation (EU) 2015/1394 published today in the Official Journal of the EU.

The European Commission has decided to revise upwards the existing measures as a new investigation has confirmed that Chinese exporting producers have absorbed the anti-dumping duty in force so far.

Read more at: renewables.seenews.com/news/eu-raises-anti-dumping-duties-on-chinese-solar-glass-488592

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Date: 17 August 2015
Source: www.renewables.seenews.com

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