Around 23,000 jobs may be lost due to the imposition of anti-dumping duties on solar PV in India

Jasmeet Khurana | 21 August 2014

By tomorrow, Friday, August 22nd, the Indian Ministry of Finance will notify its decision on anti-dumping duties (ADD) on solar cells and modules. If the duties are imposed as suggested by the Ministry of Finance, they will have a highly disruptive effect on the Indian solar market. Employment in this sector is likely to suffer a major setback, as significant number of jobs would be lost downstream (EPC, installation, project development, maintenance), as compared to the

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