Four Chinese PV manufacturers withdraw from MIP

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Earlier this month, the Commission decided to extend the MIP by 18 months. Flikcr: Glyn Lowe

Chinese PV manufacturers Jetion Solar, Hareon Solar, GCL Technology and Talesun have now been fully withdrawn from the Minimum Import Price (MIP) undertaking, according to the European Commission (EC).

Jetion Solar, Hareon Solar, GCL Technology, had already notified the Commission in October 2016 that they wished to withdraw from the undertaking, while Talesun followed suit in January this year.

Earlier this month, the Commission decided to extend its solar trade duties by 18 months, while launching an interim review into the effectiveness of its anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures.

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