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India decided to launch an anti-dumping investigation on China's solar cells

India decided to launch an anti-dumping investigation on China's solar cells

industry experts believe that the anti-dumping investigation proposed by India this time is an aggravating factor for China's photovoltaic industry, and in the long f0+ F1 (n) period, India is out of consideration of protecting its own photovoltaic industry and strategic new energy industry. To this end, China's domestic demand needs to be further released, and the pace of "return" of Chinese enterprises is also accelerating

according to the news released by the China Chamber of Commerce for import and export of mechanical and electrical products on November 28, at the application of the solar manufacturers association, the Ministry of Commerce and industry of India officially launched an anti-dumping investigation on solar cell products originating in Malaysia, the United States, Chinese Mainland and Taiwan on November 23

the products involved in this case include crystalline silicon solar cells and thin-film solar cells, as well as templates, laminates, panels, etc. the dumping investigation period is from January 2011 to June 2012. It also stipulates that the enterprises involved in the case should submit defense materials within 40 days from the date of issuance of the filing announcement, that is, before January 1, 2013

in addition, according to the latest regulations of India on the new risk point layer in January this year, the enterprises involved should register with the Ministry of Commerce and industry of India within 15 days from the date of the filing announcement, that is, before December 7

it is understood that the China Chamber of Commerce for the import and export of mechanical and electrical products has organized an early warning meeting on September 20 to introduce the anti-dumping investigation procedures to enterprises and explore countermeasures. Next, the chamber of Commerce will continue to organize and encourage enterprises to actively participate in the defense in order to obtain reasonable investigation and judgment results

India wants to seize strategic emerging resources

Liang Zongcun, an associate professor of the Institute of solar energy systems at Sun Yat sen University, said that India's anti-dumping investigation still has a certain impact on China. Although India's photovoltaic market is still relatively small in the world, and Chinese enterprises are unlikely to suffer a "devastating blow" like Europe and the United States, at present, it only needs a little "wind and grass", which is really making things worse for the already heavy domestic photovoltaic industry

from an economic point of view, India's investigation is out of the protection of its own industry. Zheng Lepeng, executive vice president of Guangdong Solar Energy Association, said that the Indian government has been encouraging and strengthening the development and utilization of renewable energy in recent years, and its domestic demand is also growing. This anti-dumping investigation is also a means for India to protect its new energy industry

however, some experts said that the economic starting point of protecting domestic industries is on the one hand, but it should be noted that new energy is an effective way to solve the demand for color change or bubbles easily caused by future energy above 475 degrees. In the long run, India's attack is out of consideration of future energy strategy, so as to seize the commanding height of future energy competition

Liang established a macro-control and market regulation mechanism. Zong Cun said that India's idea of raising photovoltaic anti-dumping investigations against China this time is not different from that of Europe and the United States, that is, to develop and protect strategic emerging energy. Developing emerging energy industry is an effective means to deal with the future energy shortage. Both developed and developing countries need to master their own industries and technologies. India's trade measures can effectively protect its photovoltaic and solar energy industry, so as to win and expand the development space of strategic emerging energy

market deterioration promotes enterprises to accelerate their "return" to the local market

insiders remind that the regeneration of Chinese enterprises, on the one hand, needs to continue to explore emerging markets, and more importantly, domestic market demand will be further released, and the pace of "return" of enterprises needs to be accelerated

"we should continue to explore emerging markets such as Southeast Asia and Africa, where Chinese products are still quite competitive. In addition, because the domestic photovoltaic development in these emerging markets has not yet formed an industry, there is no need to worry that more and more photovoltaic trade wars will form a demonstration effect on emerging markets." Zheng Lepeng said

in fact, China's domestic demand has been slowly released, and enterprises need to include the domestic market more in their future development plans, rather than blindly "going out"

Zhou Minyi, chairman of Shenzhen Junyi Allianz Photovoltaic System Engineering Co., Ltd., said that China's energy demand is very large. We should make rational use of the market, support and cultivate domestic photovoltaic terminal application enterprises, and maintain long-term domestic demand. What the government needs to do is to subsidize according to the market law, and the subsidy standard should transition from the assessment of "quantity" to the assessment of "effect", which will avoid blind expansion of scale

and Gao Jifan, chairman of Trinasolar, and other industry insiders also said that many enterprises are using domestic demand to carry out the construction of photovoltaic power stations. However, due to the geographical constraints of photovoltaic power stations, what is really needed is to allow photovoltaic products to be applied in China and select the right market. For example, opening up household products of solar energy and promoting them to remote and power deficient rural mountainous areas is much larger than the urban market. As long as this "economic account" is calculated, the pace of "return" of Chinese enterprises will not be too slow. Zhonghua glass () Department

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