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Following the example of Europe and the United States, India has wielded the "big stick" of anti-dumping on China's photovoltaic products. After the United States and Europe successively waved the "big stick" of anti-dumping to China's photovoltaic industry, India, another Asian power, recently announced that it had received the industry's application for anti-dumping investigation on solar panels from China and other countries and regions. For the Chinese photovoltaic enterprises that are still in deep trouble, this is undoubtedly adding insult to injury

according to the Indian anti dumping Bureau, on September 12, the Bureau received an application from the Indian industry to conduct an anti-dumping investigation on solar cell assembly panels or sub assembly panels exported from Malaysia, China, Chinese Taipei and the United States or from DSM countries and regions with expertise in life science and material science

as the world's second most populous country, India's photovoltaic market also has great prospects. First of all, the country is extremely short of electricity. Only a few states can supply electricity around the clock. 4. More areas where computers are used do not even have electricity. At the same time, India is rich in solar energy resources. In the "national action plan on climate change" signed in june2008, it is also mentioned that solar energy is a renewable energy that India can attach importance to. This plan hopes that India can achieve the renewable energy target of 5% in and increase by 1% every year in the next ten years. In addition, the country is in a period of economic growth, and the demand for energy and power security development is very urgent

India issued the national solar energy development plan (jnnsm) on january11,2010. In this plan, the government has set targets for three stages, involving the installed capacity of separation and merger, parity, industrial development, technology transfer, etc. Among them, it is required to achieve 200MW photovoltaic power generation and 2000MW power generation by 2013

insiders said that India's local solar energy manufacturing industry is not developed, and its domestic photovoltaic market largely depends on imports. The country hopes to restrict the import of solar cells and components, but it hopes that foreign capital will set up factories in the country to drive its economy. Although its anti-dumping on China's solar cells will also have an impact on the domestic photovoltaic industry, the impact of the anti-dumping investigation on China's industry is relatively limited because the Indian market itself is smaller than that in Europe and the United States

it is worth noting that India has also added photovoltaic cells from Malaysia, China polyurethane materials and other places to the anti-dumping investigation because of their excellent performance. This shows that India is determined to avoid the situation of some enterprises entering by detour

previously, some photovoltaic enterprises in the mainland have begun to plan to set up plants in Taiwan, China or adopt components in Taiwan, China to avoid overseas "anti-dumping". For example, Chaori sun (002506) recently announced that the photovoltaic modules using cells from Taiwan, China have recently obtained ETL certification in the United States and can be sold to the U.S. market, which means that the company will purchase third-party cells from abroad to process them into modules and sell them to the U.S. market. Of course, there is one very important partner that will not be subject to the "double anti" restrictions of the United States. Zhonghua glass () Department

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