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    Friday, August 02, 2013

    INSIGHTS INTO THE CHINA SOLAR TRADE WAR

    China’s Antidumping Tariffs Expected to Have Limited Impact on Country’s Polysilicon Pricing

    July 29, 2013 (IHS, Inc.)

    “…The [Chinese] Ministry of Commerce…imposed steep tariffs on U.S.-made solar polysilicon, ranging from 53.3 percent to 57.0 percent. Duties for South Korean polysilicon were much lower, starting at 2.4 percent and rising up to 48.7 percent…China’s action had been widely expected after the U.S. Department of Commerce in May 2012 announced a preliminary determination in its antidumping investigation of imports of crystalline silicon PV cells from China...Despite the tariffs, China spot market polysilicon pricing is expected to rise by only 0.6 percent this month…a more significant 6.6 percent in August…[and] then will moderate to a 2.3 percent increase in September…” click here for more

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