An oral hearing for India’s anti-dumping investigation was held on Tuesday, giving a chance for domestic and foreign manufacturers as well as module importers to air their cases.
The investigation by the Directorate of Anti-Dumping & Allied Duties (DGAD), which started in July, regards Indian imports of cells and modules from China, Taiwan and Malaysia.
H.R. Gupta, general secretary of Indian Solar Manufacturers Association (ISMA) and managing director of Indian cell manufacturer Indosolar, told PV Tech that all registered stakeholders now have seven days to convert their oral comments into written submissions. ISMA will then give a response to these submissions by 2 January next year.
Gupta said: “We are pleased with the progress and we appreciate the hard work of the authority and we believe that a certain momentum has been gathered in the case. We hope that we have been able to evidence our points about predatory pricing that would need remedial action to solve the issues of energy security, employment and manufacturing reserach and development in India.”
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