Beijing's efforts at getting the EU to drop a plan to levy duties on Chinese solar panels are "a...


Beijing's efforts at getting the EU to drop a plan to levy duties on Chinese solar panels are "a waste of time," says EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht. "They are not going to impress me by putting pressure on member states," he said, testifying in parliament. Meanwhile, a survey of EU states say they don't support the tariff plan and Chinese solar names are moving. JASO +3.7%, YGE +6.6%, TSL +7% premarket.

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  • David_Dundas
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    Another example of the EU Commission trying to impose its will against the wishes of Member States that need access to low cost PV panels. I will mention this to one of our Euro MPs.

     

    David Dundas
    28 May 2013, 09:07 AM Reply Like
  • anggicvg
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    Is DeGucht the new EU Dictator. I thought, like a bill in the US, there will be a vote for the tariff proposal? And so far 15 out of 27 EU member states have openly opposed.
    28 May 2013, 09:49 AM Reply Like
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