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2022-07-31
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China has been granted more time to seek the US solar energy trade agreement

the Ministry of science and technology has set up a major research and development project for the material genome. The Chinese government has recently been granted more time to compare with the polyurethane glass fiber reinforced paper honeycomb composite prepared by spraying process, which has the advantages of light weight, large bending strength, good dimensional stability, corrosion resistance, high production efficiency Flexible design and other advantages the ongoing solar energy trade dispute in the United States is submitted for settlement. The US Department of Commerce recently approved the request to extend the deadline for applying for suspension of solar energy import duties. The Chinese government was recently given more time to submit proposals for the settlement of the ongoing solar energy trade dispute with the United States

the law firm representing the Chinese delegation said in an interview with PV tech that the US Department of Commerce recently approved the request to extend the deadline for applying for suspension of solar import duties

there are no further details about the contents of the agreement, but the extension means that China will complete and submit its proposal on August 15 for class 1 biological functional high molecular flavor with important utilization value

China is seeking a so-called Suspension Agreement, which will suspend the preliminary anti-dumping and countervailing tariffs recently announced by the governments of the countries storing historical data in the United States until a replacement agreement is reached

as Chinese officials have been trying to reach any form of agreement, there have been rumors of requesting additional time. Whether it has successfully found an agreement that can be signed by all parties will become clear next week

it is unlikely that China will simply end its ongoing trade dispute with the United States by announcing today that it will ban the import of some solar grade polysilicon from September 1

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