anti-dumping

Anti-Dumping & Safeguard Duties- A Cloud of Uncertainty Still Remain to be Cleared

Despite a significant move taken by the Indian government a month ago, to promote the power of solar in tackling climate change globally, where, India took centre stage by leading the bunch of nations from across the globe during the International Solar Alliance (ISA) founding ceremony. India, too, is dealing with various bottlenecks on domestic […]

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India Starts Probe into Dumping of EVA Sheets

The probing agency, Directorate General of Antidumping and Allied Duties (DGAD), an arm of commerce ministry, will investigate the imports of ‘Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA) sheets for solar modules’. India has started a probe into the alleged dumping of EVA sheets, imported from China, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, South Korea and Thailand, which are used in […]

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Anti-Dumping & Safeguard Duty: A Battle Still Remain to be Fought on the Ground

Inspite of, the Directorate General of Anti-Dumping (DGAD) has recently terminated the anti-dumping probe on import of solar cells and modules from China, Taiwan and Malaysia on the back of current petition withdrawn by the Indian Solar Manufacturers Association (ISMA) itself in March FY18. There’s still a journey of rocky road ahead to be travelled […]

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DGAD Initiates Anti-Dumping Investigation on EVA Sheet Imports for Solar Module

The move has come in response to the petition filed by the RenewSys India before the DGAD for imposition of anti-dumping duty on EVA sheet imports for solar module. The Directorate General of Anti-Dumping & Allied Duties (DGAD) has issued a notification with respect to ‘Initiation of anti-dumping investigation concerning imports of “Ethylene Vinyl Acetate […]

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India Should Open Up Solar PV Market, says Trina Solar

“If costs of making in India do not support the economics of production for the customer, it makes our job difficult. Our basic principle is to provide value for the customer. If the local customer cannot afford our products, that makes it difficult for us to produce,” Gao Jifan said. Chinese solar giant Trina Solar […]

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Ending Anti-Dumping Probe Make India’s Path to Achieve Solar Goals More Clearer

The domestic industry has cited certain reasons for its request to terminate the probe. They have stated that post-initiation, the injury being suffered by the domestic producers on account of dumping has aggravated sharply. This week, the two biggest developments happened in the solar industry. The first one is the termination of anti-dumping investigation by […]

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Amid the Berserk of Safegaurd Duty, What Industry Expects Pre-Budget?

The few concerned areas for the Indian Solar industry jotted in a single piece with the existing and the recommended solutions as per Vikram Solar which is India’s one of the biggest Solar Module Manufacturer. Amidst the whole ruckus of the anti-dumping and safeguard scenario, the annual budget is very soon to be announced as […]

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Solar Industry Body Says Import Obligation on Solar Panels will Hurt Makers

India has 3.1 GW of the introduced limit of solar cells out of which 2 GW is arranged in SEZs. All India Solar Industries Association (AISIA), the industry assemblage of local solar power producers, today said it is against inconvenience of any sweeping protection obligation on import of solar panels and cells referring to worries […]

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Petitioners Attended the Anti-Dumping Petition Hearing by DGAD

An anti-dumping duty may be described as a protectionist tariff imposed by the domestic government. All the petitioners of the anti-dumping duty matter on solar cells and modules were present at the hearing by the Directorate General of Anti- Dumping and Allied Duties (DGAD) on December 12, 2017. The Indian Solar Manufacturers Association (ISMA) as […]

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