China Imposes Duties on Polysilicon From U.S., S. KoreaBloomberg News
China, the world’s biggest solar-module maker, plans to impose tariffs of as much as 57 percent on polysilicon shipped from the U.S. and South Korea, saying it wants to stop the product from being sold below cost.
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