U.S. imposes anti-dumping duties on China, Vietnam

12/23/2012 | United Press International

The U.S. Department of Commerce imposed taxes of 44.99% to 70.63% and 51.50% to 58.49% on Chinese and Vietnamese wind turbine producers, respectively, after concluding that they violated anti-dumping regulations. The decision was denounced by China's wind power officials, including China Renewable Energy Industry Association head Zhang Ping, who said the "latest U.S. decision is meant to defer the development of Chinese renewable energies and force U.S. importers to pay a higher cost for towers and their consumers to pay higher electricity charges due to the technical and management of failures of some U.S. wind power companies."

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