US to consider tariffs on solar panels made in South-East Asia

New duties: Biden walks past solar panels in Plymouth, New Hampshire. The Commerce Department says it is investigating whether imports of solar panels from South-East Asia are circumventing anti-dumping rules that block imports from China. — Reuters

NEW YORK: The United States trade officials said they will launch an investigation that could result in tariffs on solar panels imported from four South-East Asian nations, a blow to clean energy project developers that rely on cheap imports to keep costs down.

The Commerce Department’s decision regarding imports from Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia was a victory for Auxin Solar.

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