Beijing blasts solar tariffs, says US unfair help violates trade law

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CHINA has met a 31 per cent American tariff for the alleged dumping of solar panels by charging six US eco-tech projects in five US states are operating in violation of international trade law.

The Ministry of Commerce accused the US of illegally helping its domestic solar industry but did not release details, saying the results were preliminary, reported the Wall Street Journal. The US has said it will impose tariffs on Chinese solar panels that being sold on the US market below cost.

Four Chinese solar equipment manufacturers, Yingli Green Energy Holdings, Suntech Power Holdings, Trina Solar and Canadian Solar announced in at a joint press conference that they were forming the Solar Energy Promotion Alliance to counter US allegations.

Canadian Solar, founded by Chinese Canadian Shawn Xiaohua Qu. is based in Guelph, Ontario, but most operations take place in China.

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