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The United States may try its best to make up for the loopholes of photovoltaic dual anti-dumping in China

although the United States' photovoltaic "dual anti-dumping" in China has been finalized, there are still suspense. Recently, a US Senator issued a statement saying that the current customs clearance will affect the normal operation of the experimental machine, and the tax ruling will leave a loophole so that enterprises in Chinese Mainland can avoid the impact of tariffs, for which measures should be taken to make up. Industry insiders believe that this may lead to the complete closure of the U.S. market, and production capacity will rush to other markets, leading to further intensified competition

previously, with the efforts of the photovoltaic enterprise lawyers' group, the "plastic restriction order" of the U.S. business has become a "plastic purchase order". The Department has agreed to deal with photovoltaic products in China only for photovoltaic products originating in Chinese Mainland. Enterprises in Chinese Mainland can import batteries from third parties and then assemble them into photovoltaic modules. Qu Xiaohua, President and CEO of atlas, said, "the so-called third-party region is mainly Taiwan, China, China"

at present, photovoltaic enterprises in Chinese Mainland, including several giants, are trying to import batteries from third-party regions and assemble them into photovoltaic modules to avoid the "double anti" of the United States

Chaori sun also announced a few days ago that the company has received the American ETL certification, which certifies the photovoltaic modules of the company using cells in Taiwan, China. This indicates that the company will not be restricted by the "double anti" of the United States, and the prospect is very decadent

but recently, it was learned from the Greater Phoenix Economic Council that U.S. Senator Ron viden has publicly stated that under the current regulations, when only a small number of solar panels are produced outside the Chinese Mainland, these products do not need to be subject to additional tariffs. If necessary, they will take other measures to make up for this loophole

"I think the timing of these action choices is very bad, and will escalate and intensify the solar war and even shake the entire industry. On the contrary, we encourage bilateral trade negotiations in order to find a solution beneficial to the solar market and win-win for both countries." Barry Broome, CEO of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council, told this newspaper

he said that it was not clear what the next action would be, "but we do not support any form of trade protectionism policy, and certainly will not support the implementation of stricter tariffs."

he pointed out that anti China remarks have become rampant in the US presidential election in the past few months. This is an unfortunate thing. Now that the election is over, "we feel that we have the opportunity to reverse the current unfavorable situation as much as possible"

"the impact of the U.S. photovoltaic" double anti "on China has already existed before. If more stringent measures are taken, the entire U.S. market will be completely closed." A vice president of the Renewable Energy Society said in an interview with this newspaper

in fact, even the detour of enterprises in Chinese Mainland is still hampered. First, photovoltaic in Taiwan, China can be widely used in many fields such as new energy vehicles, aerospace and so on because of its excellent performance. The battery capacity is not enough to cope with such a huge purchase volume; At the same time, the production cost of photovoltaic enterprises will be increased no matter whether purchasing in a third place or investing and building factories overseas

for example, Suntech, which has entered the US market very early, plans to hire 150 more employees locally. Barry bloom worried that the imposition of punitive tariffs would lead to the stranding of the plan

the head of a A-share listed photovoltaic enterprise said that although the company's foreign market is mainly distributed in Europe, there is hardly any in the United States. However, as the companies that originally shipped to the United States have also turned to other regions, the competition in other regions has begun to increase

according to him, the gross profit margin of crystalline silicon batteries in the whole industry is between%. Zhonghua glass () Department

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