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On January 23, 2014, the US Department of Commerce launched a combined anti-dumping and countervailing investigation on photovoltaic products imported from China, and launched an anti-dumping investigation on photovoltaic products originating in Taiwan, China. This is the second time since november2011 that the United States has launched a double anti investigation on China's photovoltaic products. On March 11, the US Department of Commerce announced that the preliminary determination time of countervailing investigation on China's crystalline silicon photovoltaic products (which can make pet bottles have a crystal transparent appearance) was postponed from the original date of March 28, 2014 to June 2, 2014

the U.S. Department of Commerce announced on January 23, 2014 that it would launch anti-dumping and countervailing (hereinafter referred to as "double anti") investigations against crystalline silicon photovoltaic products imported from Chinese Mainland and anti-dumping investigations against crystalline silicon photovoltaic products imported from Taiwan, China

according to the US Department of Commerce, the investigation was launched in response to the complaint of the US branch of the German photovoltaic giant solar world. The company said that the crystalline silicon photovoltaic products exported from Chinese Mainland and Taiwan to the United States were subject to dumping, with dumping margins of 165.04% and 75.68% respectively. At the same time, the government subsidy received by exporters from Chinese Mainland also exceeded the allowable range

previously, because Solarworld, a U.S. photovoltaic enterprise, requested a double anti-dumping investigation on Chinese photovoltaic products, the U.S. Department of Commerce ruled in 2012 to impose 18.32% to 249.96% anti-dumping duties and 14.78% to 15.97% countervailing duties on Chinese crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells and modules

this time, Solarworld is still the challenger. At the end of December, 2013, Solarworld applied to the U.S. Department of Commerce and the international trade (quotation) committee to constantly create new aircraft. If it was exploded, would it be "gone"? Houlingyun, an associate professor of the school of Aeronautics and Astronautics of Tsinghua University, denied the service concept of "1" and requested that anti-dumping and countervailing investigations be initiated against photovoltaic products from China, aiming at photovoltaic products made with batteries from a third country. The complainant also requested that anti-dumping investigations be initiated against photovoltaic products from Taiwan, China

wangrunchuan, chief analyst of Jingao solar, told China Securities Journal that in 2013, the United States imported about 2.8gw of such products from Chinese Mainland, with an amount of about US $2.1 billion

American think tanks and relevant industry associations have repeatedly warned that the United States will pay a heavy price by imposing double anti-tariff to protect local enterprises. The United States cheap solar energy Federation estimates that if the United States imposes 100% punitive tariffs on photovoltaic cells and modules from China, 50000 jobs will be lost in the next three years

wangrunchuan said that the industry generally believed that there was a lot of uncertainty about the US double anti. However, it is certain that the U.S. market accounts for about one tenth of the exports of photovoltaic enterprises in the mainland, and we will not give up this market easily

with regard to trade frictions between China and the United States, the Ministry of Commerce of China has repeatedly expressed the hope that the US government will abide by its commitment to oppose trade protectionism, jointly safeguard a free, open and fair international trade environment, and properly handle trade frictions in a more rational way

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