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Commerce aims to guard against stockpiling during pause on solar tariffs

September 19, 2022 at 3:51 PM
In a final rule outlining a two-year pause on potential antidumping and countervailing duties on solar imports from Southeast Asia, the Commerce Department on Friday said it was including guardrails to address concerns that importers could hoard duty-free panels beyond the designated time frame. Pursuant to a June 6 proclamation by President Biden declaring an emergency need to ensure sufficient supply of solar panels, the rule provides for a pause of up to two years, beginning on the date of...

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