'46% average' EU levy on Chinese PV

Karel de Gucht is expected to announce action

Karel de Gucht is expected to announce action

The EU is likely to slap anti-dumping duties averaging 46% on Chinese PV products, Dow Jones Newswire reports.

The level of tariffs will not be uniform, however, varying depending on individual manufacturers and products, the report adds, citing unnamed sources..

A press officer for European Trade Commissioner Karel de Gucht says the EU will not officially comment on the issue before a June 5 deadline for a preliminary decision on tariffs, but an official at a German solar business says the level of anti-dumping duties suggested is within a range expected by the company.

Sources close to De Gucht told Reuters last week that the commissioner will Log in to read complete article.

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