Commerce Partly Revokes Duties On Solar Panels From China

Law360 (Mar 25, 2021, 6:01 p.m. EDT) – A US importer of Chinese solar panels has won its bid to remove tariffs on some imports, the US Department of Commerce said in a notice on Thursday in the US federal registry.

The Ministry of Commerce announced that it would revoke the anti-dumping and countervailing tariffs for Chinese solar modules, which apply to 2015, which will apply to off-grid portable small modules.

The 2015 anti-dumping duties ranged from 26.71% to 165.04% and the countervailing duties based on illegal subsidies ranged from 27.64% to 49.21%.

The grid-independent portable panels, for which the tariffs are increased, must have a power per panel of less than 500 watts, …

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