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International Trade Commission Issues Recommendations for Tariffs on Imported Solar PV Equipment

On October 31, 2017, the US International Trade Commission (ITC) released its recommendations to impose a tariff on imported solar equipment. The proposals it issued, however, would result in duties substantially lower than those sought by the petitioners. The ITC’s four commissioners issued several remedy recommendations, including, at the high end, a 35 percent tariff … Continue Reading

International Trade Actions Complicate Global Market For Renewable Energy Businesses, Particularly Solar Sector

by David J. Levine and Pamela D. Walther The flurry of international trade disputes in the renewable energy field, particularly the solar sector, is complicating the business landscape for the renewable energy industry.  In their BloombergBNA analysis piece, McDermott international trade lawyers David Levine and Pamela Walther provide a detailed account of renewable energy trade … Continue Reading

Commerce Department Announces New Duties on Chinese Solar Panel Imports

by Raymond Paretzky and William Friedman The U.S. Department of Commerce (Commerce) published its final affirmative antidumping (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) determinations on October 17, 2012, imposing new duties on Chinese solar panel producers and exporters.  Commerce determined that Chinese producers/exporters sold solar photovoltaic cells in the United States at dumping margins ranging from 18.32 … Continue Reading

ITC Will Decide on Duties for Solar Imports

by Raymond Paretzky and David J. Levine The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) is now beginning its final phase “injury investigation,” which will result in a determination in November as to whether U.S. producers are harmed by imports of allegedly dumped and/or subsidized imports of Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaic Cells and Modules from China. The parallel … Continue Reading
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