One year of safeguard duty fails to produce any results


29 July 2019 |

It is nearly a year since announcement of safeguard duty on import of PV cells and modules. To recap, the Indian government enforced duties on all imports from China, Malaysia and all developed countries starting 31 July 2018 for a period of two years. The duty level was set at 25% in the first year, falling to 20% and then 15% in the subsequent six-month periods.


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