29 Aug '16, 8am

EU cancels MIP status of Neo Solar Power, Motech China subsidiaries, say reports: The European Union (EU) has...

EU cancels MIP status of Neo Solar Power, Motech China subsidiaries, say reports Nuying Huang, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES [Monday 29 August 2016] The European Union (EU) has removed China-based subsidiaries established by Taiwan-based Neo Solar Power and Motech Industries from the MIP (minimum import price) framework, according to China-based media reports. The EU imposed anti-dumping and anti-subsidization tariffs on China-based PV module makers in 2013, but later reached an agreement to set an import quota and a minimum import price for China-produced PV modules in lieu of the tariffs. The MIP framework is based on the Bloomberg average international price for PV modules. In 2015, the EU investigated Taiwan- and Malaysia-based solar cell or PV module makers suspected of providing false production origin certificates, enabling China-based PV module makers to circumvent...

Full article: http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20160818PD206.html

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