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EU Industry Requests Antidumping Probe into Solar Products from China

12:43 PM MDT | July 27, 2012 | Ian Young

EU ProSun, a newly created grouping of European Union (EU)-based solar manufacturers, has called on the European Commission to investigate alleged dumping in EU markets of solar products manufactured in China. "This week, we officially requested that the commission investigate unfair trade practices by Chinese solar manufacturers," Milan Nitzschke, president of EU ProSun, says. "Chinese companies have captured over 80% of the EU market for solar products from virtually zero only a few years ago. EU manufacturers have the world's best solar...

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