India slaps anti-dumping duties on solar EVA sheets
India’s Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGTR) has concluded that duties ranging from $537 to $1,559/metric ton will be needed to offset the impact of imports of solar ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) sheets from China, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia and Thailand. The harshest duty $1,559/metric ton (MT) has been imposed on sheets supplied by all Saudi manufacturers other than Saudi Specialized Products.
The DGTR, a unit of the Ministry of Commerce & Industry has concluded that the imposition of a duty is required to offset the injury caused by imports of solar ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) sheets from China, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia and Thailand. However, it terminated its investigation into South Korean manufacturers after determining that the volume of imports from the investigation was insignificant, according to India’s Ministry of Finance.