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REGULATION | Cesar Tordesillas, China
Published: 23 May 12
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S.Korean polysilicon makers feel impact of China's dwindling solar exports

An decrease in China's solar product exports will negatively impact South Korean parts makers as China remains the largest destination for their polysilicon.

 

The U.S. Commerce Department's plan to impose an anti-dumping tariff of between 31 to 250 percent on Chinese solar cells or modules is widely expected to put a dent their exports.

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