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Termination of Anti-Dumping Probe on Solar Cell Imported from China, Vietnam and Thailand

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The anti-dumping probe regarding solar cells imported from China, Vietnam and Thailand has been ended by the Directorate General of Trade Remedies.


After the Indian Solar Manufacturers Association (ISMA) submitted that the government had imposed a basic customs tax of 25% and 40% on modules and solar cells from April 1, 2022, the probe was closed. These duties were applicable to the entire product range and have significantly reduced the price pressure in the domestic market.

ISMA claimed that the dumping in the country of solar cells from China, Thailand and Vietnam was causing a material injury to the industry. It had asked the Commerce Ministry for an anti-dumping duty to be imposed on the goods. ISMA claimed that there were no significant differences in the imports from these three countries and the products of the domestic industry. The inquiry by GDTR was based upon the petition filed by ISMA.

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After the analysis, the Authority issued the notification that it terminates the investigation initiated on 15th May 2021 against the imports of solar cells whether or not assembled into modules or panels originating in or exported from China PR, Thailand and Vietnam.

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