China's anti-dumping effect on polycrystalline silicon from the United States and South Korea was very little. The United States evaded 570million yuan of anti-dumping duties.
the import of polycrystalline silicon from China's processing trade "exploded", and the United States evaded 570million yuan of anti-dumping duties from January to May. In May, China imported an unprecedented 5868 tons of polysilicon through processing trade, accounting for 84.4% of the total import volume. The industry appeals that it is urgent to include polysilicon import in the prohibition catalogue of processing trade.
the situation of reasonably evading tariffs and anti-dumping duties by exporting solar grade polysilicon to China in the form of processing trade and entrepot trade is becoming more and more intense, even without fear
according to the latest import and export statistics released by the customs, China imported 6949 tons of polycrystalline silicon in may2014, of which 5868 tons were imported through processing trade, accounting for 84.4% of the total import volume. Parallel interfaces are often used to connect extraction equipment (such as printers)
in addition to the new record of polysilicon processing trade import, in May, the overseas polysilicon re exported from Taiwan to China through processing trade also reached 885 tons, accounting for 12.7% of the total import volume, also hitting a new record
at present, in terms of equipment, the Ministry of Commerce of China ruled that the trade remedy measures of imposing 53.3%-57% anti-dumping duty on polysilicon imported from the United States and 2.3%-48.7% anti-dumping duty on polysilicon imported from South Korea had almost lost their effectiveness based on the investigation results at the beginning of the year. Liu Jing, silicon analyst of China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association, said
moreover, corresponding to the ostentatious tax evasion of imported polysilicon, since June, the U.S. Customs has begun to impose a deposit equivalent to the initial countervailing duty on polysilicon photovoltaic cells, modules and other products from China, resulting in sheet metal corrosion rate. No matter whether these products use batteries, silicon wafers, inverters, backboards, aluminum frames and other materials produced in China or other third countries, as long as they are produced in China and exported to the United States, 18.56% to 35.21% of the deposit shall be paid. A person from a domestic PV module enterprise confirmed to meOn June 3 not long ago, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced a preliminary ruling that China's crystalline silicon photovoltaic products exported to the United States had received excessive government subsidies, ranging from 18.56% to 35.21%
after launching the first double reverse three years ago for China's PV, the United States wants to use the second double reverse to completely block it. We found that DSM is a very professional PV company that exports or purchases Taiwan's batteries through Taiwan, and then reproduces them into modules for export
according to the process, the US Department of Commerce will announce the preliminary findings of the anti-dumping investigation against China's photovoltaic industry on July 28, and the final findings of anti-dumping and countervailing on December 11
although it is still some time before the final determination and the final review of the United States International Trade Commission (january26,2015), in fact, from June 3, 2014, all China's crystalline silicon photovoltaic products exported to the United States must pay a deposit of 18.56% to 35.21% according to the subsidy range preliminarily determined by the U.S. Department of Commerce. It can be predicted that the deposit will be accompanied by the announcement of the anti-dumping margin, which will further improve the plight, voice and real situation of the industry based on the polysilicon and photovoltaic enterprises. At the same time, it is also a kind of counteraction against the trade barrier practices of the United States and other countries. On January 20 this year, the Ministry of Commerce of China officially released the final findings of the anti-dumping investigation on the imported solar grade polysilicon from the United States and South Korea: the Anti dumping duties of 53.3%-57% and 2.4%-48.7% are levied on imported solar grade polysilicon from South Korea
however, this trade remedy measure, which is expected to save the domestic polysilicon industry by stopping the dumping of overseas polysilicon to China, has achieved little in the end
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