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China will suspend the import of Korean polysilicon for the production of solar cells

The Ministry of Commerce of China reported that it will suspend the import of recycled polysilicon, a key material for the production of solar cells, since September.

The reason was excessive imports from South Korea, the United States and the European Union, according to news agency RUSKOR. Suspending material imports takes effect on September 1 in order to protect the local solar panel industry. In January, China introduced anti-dumping duties on imports of polysilicon from South Korea and the United States for a period of five years.

In 2013, South Korea exported polysilicon to China worth 2,05 billion dollars.

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