2013年5月21日星期二

European solar trade tariffs or slow market growth


EU plans announced on 6 June 2013 the levying of countervailing duties on Chinese solar companies details. Countervailing duties is expected to be between 30% -67.9%, with an average tax rate of up to 47.6%. Anti-dumping duties will be announced in August. Both tariffs will be finalized at the end of 2013.

Taiwan enterprises may benefit from EU punitive tariffs on Chinese enterprises, Digitimes Research. However, due to the lack of low-priced products, the European Photovoltaic Panels market growth will slow. For Chinese companies, the worse the export market will lead to a substantial rise in inventory levels.

China may temporarily orders to other Asian companies, but in the long run, due to cost concerns and other countries may also be initiated antitrust investigation, the manufacturing out of China may be the best solution.
In retaliation, the Chinese government is also anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations polysilicon manufacturers in the United States, the European Union and South Korea. Once the EU announced punitive tariffs, China is very likely to respond. Therefore, polysilicon mppt charge controller prices are expected to fluctuate.

Since 2012 the United States on Chinese-made solar cells impose punitive tariffs, solar trade war never stops. However, due to the European market accounts for more than 50% of Chinese enterprises solar exports, the EU's action will cause more serious impact on Chinese enterprises.

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