The International Trade Administration has received a petition to investigate whether crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells assembled in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia using parts and components from China are circumventing the AD and CV duty orders on such goods from China.

The petition alleges that since the original orders were imposed U.S. imports of CSPV cells and modules from China have declined by 86 percent while imports from the subject third countries have increased by 868 percent and now account for almost all imports of the goods at issue.

If an investigation is initiated and reaches an affirmative determination, subject goods could be hit with AD/CV duties.

For more information, please contact attorney Kristen Smith at (202) 730-4965.

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