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International Trade Commission ruling sets stage for Trump to impose tariffs on solar imports - Washington Examiner

Published: Fri, 22 Sep 2017 15:16:34 GMT


Washington Examiner

International Trade Commission ruling sets stage for Trump to impose tariffs on solar imports
Washington Examiner
In April, solar panel manufacturer Suniva, later joined by SolarWorld, petitioned the International Trade Commission for tariffs on solar cells and a price floor on modules for imports coming from anywhere in the world, arguing that cheap foreign ...
US trade agency rules imports harmed solar panel makers, setting up Trump tariff decisionCNBC
Solar panel maker wins trade commission finding, tariff decision to go to TrumpArs Technica
Solar Tariff Case Advances as ITC Finds 'Injury'Greentech Media
Bloomberg -Washington Post -Politico -USITC
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John Hickenlooper, 3 others governors urge International Trade Commission against supporting tariffs on solar products - The Denver Post

Published: Fri, 22 Sep 2017 00:03:31 GMT


The Denver Post

John Hickenlooper, 3 others governors urge International Trade Commission against supporting tariffs on solar products
The Denver Post
John Hickenlooper joined three other governors this week in urging the U.S. International Trader Commission against supporting tariffs on solar panel products, warning it could cost the U.S. 88,000 jobs. “The requested tariff could inflict a ...

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Non-Tariff measures are imperative for sustainable growth and development - UNCTAD

Published: Fri, 22 Sep 2017 15:05:06 GMT


UNCTAD

Non-Tariff measures are imperative for sustainable growth and development
UNCTAD
NTMs Week, to be held in Geneva from 25-27 September, sheds light on the importance of mandatory trade-related regulations and Voluntary sustainability standards on international trade and development, and shows successful global, regional and ...

Solar Tariff Case Challenges President Trump's 'Energy Dominance' Agenda - Forbes

Published: Wed, 20 Sep 2017 15:25:05 GMT


Forbes

Solar Tariff Case Challenges President Trump's 'Energy Dominance' Agenda
Forbes
The business subsequently petitioned the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC), a federal agency that investigates trade disputes, for protection from competition, asking for tariffs to be imposed on foreign-manufactured modules, a move that would ...
Foreign Solar Manufacturers Weigh Opening US Facilities as Tariff Decision LoomsGreentech Media
Thriving solar industry braces for Trump's decision on tariffsWashington Examiner
Gordon Johnson: Short Chinese Solar Stocks Ahead Of Potential Tariff PassageBenzinga

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New international deal opens doors for producers - Moose Jaw Times-Herald

Published: Fri, 22 Sep 2017 18:44:57 GMT


Moose Jaw Times-Herald

New international deal opens doors for producers
Moose Jaw Times-Herald
According to report by the European Commission, Canada will allow 90.9 per cent of agricultural products from the EU to be imported tariff-free, while the EU will in turn exempt 92.2 per cent of agricultural products imported from Canada. In ...

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Acsa shrugs off 35.5% tariff drop, upbeat on profit - Business Day (registration)

Published: Mon, 18 Sep 2017 19:31:16 GMT


Business Day (registration)

Acsa shrugs off 35.5% tariff drop, upbeat on profit
Business Day (registration)
The tariff decrease was expected to hit revenue, he said. Acsa is pursuing a strategy of increasing management and consulting contracts at international airports. More emphasis was being placed on consultancies than concessions, as most countries were ...
Acsa pleased with debt reduction, passenger growth, transformation paceFin24

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Solar insiders expect ITC harm finding, handing tariff decision to Trump - Utility Dive

Published: Tue, 19 Sep 2017 14:52:18 GMT


Solar insiders expect ITC harm finding, handing tariff decision to Trump
Utility Dive
22, the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) is expected to decide whether the importation of cheap solar modules from China has unfairly disadvantaged U.S.-based solar manufacturers. If it finds harm, the president will decide whether to grant ...

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Russian shipper fears grow of increased port tariffs - JOC.com

Published: Fri, 22 Sep 2017 14:00:27 GMT


JOC.com

Russian shipper fears grow of increased port tariffs
JOC.com
Russian shippers and foreign companies operating in the local market have criticized the latest decision of the Russian Federal Anti-Monopoly Service (FAS) to provide additional time to domestic stevedores for the transfer of their tariffs from the US ...

SunPower Stock Options Volume Pops After US Tariff Ruling - Schaeffers Research (blog)

Published: Fri, 22 Sep 2017 18:06:00 GMT


Schaeffers Research (blog)

SunPower Stock Options Volume Pops After US Tariff Ruling
Schaeffers Research (blog)
Solar stocks are flying high today, after the U.S. International Trade Commission found that solar panel imports were negatively impacting domestic manufacturers. The agency will now pass along it recommendations to the Trump administration, which will ...

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Power tariff hike to put Rs25b additional burden on consumers - The Nation

Published: Fri, 22 Sep 2017 23:29:43 GMT


Power tariff hike to put Rs25b additional burden on consumers
The Nation
LAHORE - Rejecting the hike in electricity tariff by the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) on pressure of Power Distribution Companies, the business community on Friday asked the authorities to reduce electricity and gas tariff ...

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