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A Setback for SolarWorld and a Trade Case Win for Chinese Solar Manufacturers

January 5, 2015 by Eric Wesoff

Solar Manufacturing and Trade Rulings

On Saturday morning, in a preliminary review of Chinese solar panel imports from May 2012 to November 2013, the Department of Commerce found that China was dumping product -- but just a little bit. Commerce's findings slow some of the momentum in this polarizing trade case.[read more]

Big Tariffs in US-China Solar Panel Trade Case; No Settlement in Sight

June 7, 2014 by Eric Wesoff

The Department of Commerce found for the petitioner, SolarWorld, and levied substantial tariffs in its just-announced preliminary finding in the Chinese solar module trade investigation. Commerce imposed preliminary duties on imports of panels made by Suntech, Trina Solar, and most other Chinese producers.[read more]

Going Big At Home and Abroad: China's Nuclear Ambitions

March 12, 2014 by Kate Rosow Chrisman

China Nuclear Ambitions

Three years ago, Beijing residents started hoarding iodine salt. China had not developed a sudden taste for salty foods. Instead, a frightened populace was trying to protect itself against any radiation blown west from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant.[read more]