China opens anti-dumping probe - Biz Wire July 24 - BONTV
Go to www.bon.tv to watch the full episode Follow us on Weibo weibo.com China opens investigation into USand South Korean polysilicon, a material used in making solar products. The Ministry of Commerce will open anti-dumping and anti-subsidy probes on manufacturers of the solar panel material after gathering preliminary evidence from several domestic companies. Earlier this year, the United States imposed two import duties totaling 35 percent on solar equipment from China. Chinese solar manufacturers such as Suntech Power Holdings and YingLi Green Energy have criticized the tariffs for threatening a young industry. If China imposes tariffs on US And South Korean manufacturers, companies such as Hemlock and OCI Corp will be the most affected. China's solar companies represent more than 60 percent of the entire global supply. Approximately twenty percent of the solar panels produced in China's are sold to the US
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