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Report: EU to impose huge tariffs on imports of solar panels from China

10:32 AM MDT | May 10, 2013 | Ian Young

The European Commission is planning to introduce tariffs of up to 67.9% on EU imports of solar panels from China, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), which claims to have seen a copy of a document outlining the commission's plans. The tariffs, to be introduced by 6 June, will range from 37.3% to 67.9%, the report says. The decision follows an antidumping investigation launched by the commission in September 2012 into imports of solar panels and their key components originating in China. The investigation followed a complaint made to the...

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