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Previously in July, the DGAD launched an anti-dumping investigation on solar imports from China, Taiwan and Malaysia, following an anti-dumping petition filed by the Indian Solar Manufacturers Associationpv magazine Global offers daily updates of the latest photovoltaics news.We also offer comprehensive global coverage of the most important solar markets worldwide.

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notification stated that, After examining the issues raised and submissions made by the interested parties and facts made available before the authority, the product under consideration has been exported to India from subject countries below its normal value, thus resulting in dumping of the product.Originally in its investigation, the DGAD found that there was no material difference in solar glass exported from China and the same product produced by the Indian industry and that the two are technically and commercially substitutable.However, it also concluded that the dumped imports of solar glass from China had increased significantly throughout the investigation period in absolute terms.Some international module suppliers such as REC solar (Singapore), S-Energy (South Korea) and LG Solar (South Korea) will also not be impacted by anti-dumping duties and are likely to benefit.A) Anti-dumping duties can increase imported module prices by approx. Modules from Indian cell suppliers such as Adani, Websol and Indosolar will be $ 0.01-0.02 lower than Chinese suppliers.Textured toughened (tempered) glass used in solar photovoltaic and thermal products originating in or exported from China will be subject to antidumping duties in India for the next five years.

According to a government notification, the duty was imposed on solar glass with a minimum of 90.5 % transmission, having a thickness not exceeding 4.2 mm (including tolerance of 0.2 mm) and where at least one dimension exceeds 1,500 mm, whether coated or uncoated.The weight of coated paper is 40-350 gm per square metre.Welcoming the development, Rohit Pandit, secretary general, Indian Paper Manufacturers Association, urged the government to expeditiously impose anti-dumping/safeguard duties on imports of paper and paperboard.A) The petition for this investigation was submitted by Indian Solar Manufacturers Association (ISMA) on behalf of Indosolar, Websol and Jupiter Solar.Adani Solar could not be a part of the petition as it is also an importer of solar modules but it supports the petition from outside.Furthermore, the notification specifies that tempered glass made by Xinyi PV Products (Anhui) Holding Ltd and exported by Xinyi Solar (Hongkong) Ltd will be subject to the lowest anti-dumping tariff of $ 52.85 per metric ton.