EU Commission says Chinese dumping margins were as high as 112%

06.06.2013: Photon International (www.photon-international.com) reports that Chinese solar manufacturers have been dumping their wafers, solar cells and modules on the EU market with dumping margins of between 48.1% and 112.6%, according to a European Commission report created as part of its investigation into Chinese solar imports.

In the report, the Commission identifies solar cell producer DelSolar (Wujiang) Ltd. as having the highest dumping margin, 112.6%. The company is the Chinese subsidiary of Taiwan-based cell producer DelSolar Co. Ltd., which recently merged with Neo Solar Power (NSP). The merged company operates under the NSP name. JA Solar and Yingli Green Energy followed with a dumping margin of 99.0% and 96.2%, respectively, while Trina Solar reportedly dumped its products with a slightly lower margin of 93.3%. LDK Solar and Suntech, which are each struggling financially due to high debt and huge losses, had margins of 88.4% and 71.5%, respectively.

 

The complete article/report can be read at : http://www.photon-international.com/newsletter/document/77372.pdf

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