Chinese manufacturer to face EU PV dumping case 'within weeks’

Solarworld chief executive Frank Asbeck says an anti-dumping case will be brought against a Chinese PV manufacturer within weeks in the EU, as the company confirmed it would shed German workers.

Emboldened by a preliminary decision by the US Department of Commerce in mid-May to impose anti-dumping tariffs on Chinese companies — a case driven by SolarWorld’s US subsidiary — Asbeck reaffirmed his plan to open a second, European front in the legal battle.

While SolarWorld has not ruled out filing a complaint itself, Asbeck has made it clear that his preference is for the European Commission or perhaps the German government to initiate the proceedings.

Asbeck says he is “confident” legal action will be taken against the Log in to read complete article.

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