US trade case resonates in India

BRIDGE TO INDIA | 25 September 2017

The US International Trade Commission (USITC) has unanimously agreed that solar imports have caused "serious injury" to local manufacturers. Suniva and SolarWorld are calling for duties of US¢ 40/ Wp on imported cells and a floor price of US¢ 78/ Wp on modules. But USITC may consider all possible remedies including new tariffs, minimum prices or import quotas. Solar industry in the US is against the suggested trade remedies, which


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