»India proposes 70 percent duty on China, Malaysia solar imports«, Bloomberg

India proposed a 70 percent duty on cells and modules shipped from China and Malaysia, according to news agency »Bloomberg«. The government’s proposal recommended the levy remain in effect for 200 days.
India was the largest solar-cell and module importer from China last year, buying a third of that nation’s $8 billion of shipments from January through September, says the article. The country’s annual manufacturing capacity for solar cells requires about 20 GW, currently the capacity is about 3 GW.

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