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2022-09-22
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In 2014, China's photovoltaic industry will start a "gold rush"

photovoltaic industry has entered the post dual anti era. Facing the loss of the EU market, many domestic photovoltaic enterprises have embarked on the journey of finding a new continent

on December 12, Yingli group's internal conference room was crowded with people of all colors. This was the scene of the company's annual international sales conference. Personnel from various overseas branches reported to its chairman, Miao Liansheng, on the sales situation in 2013 and the sales plan in 2014. When the meeting was held last year, it was mainly in Europe and the United States, and its scale was not very large. Now there are more and more people in North Africa, South America and other countries. Wang Yiyue sighed

not only Yingli, when photovoltaic entered the post dual anti era, facing the loss of the EU market, many domestic photovoltaic enterprises have embarked on the journey of finding a new continent. In their eyes, the domestic market and new markets such as Japan, India and South Africa are the golden land. And unlike the previous model of selling components, the focus of this round of development has shifted to downstream power stations

lose the city and land: the European Union forced 147.1 to go to China's common thermal insulation panel enterprises

it was the Sino EU photovoltaic war more than a year ago that made Chinese photovoltaic enterprises lose the city and land

towards the end of the year, Wang Yiyue is very busy. The deputy general manager of Yingli group rushed to various meetings in the company to arrange and coordinate the work plan for the new year. A few years ago, he was still leading the team to break into the EU market with great strides, but now he had to slow down and even was forced to abandon the city

in 2012, about 60% of our orders came from the EU market, which fell to about 30% in the first half of this year, and only 20% in the fourth quarter. It is expected that next year's shipments to the EU will account for about 15% of the total annual shipments. Wang Yiyue said in an interview with economic information daily

compared with Yingli, Jiangxi weifuer New Energy Technology Co., Ltd. has completely said goodbye to the EU market since December 6. Wang Yanli, its general manager, calculated an account. Taking polysilicon components as an example, after the tariff was levied at the rate of 47.6%, the price reaching the EU market was about 4.6 yuan/watt to 4.7 yuan/watt, and even more than 5 yuan/watt. We are completely uncompetitive in price

it was the Sino EU photovoltaic war more than a year ago that made Chinese photovoltaic enterprises lose their cities and lands

the time returned to September 2012, when more than 60% of the exports of Chinese photovoltaic enterprises came from the EU market. A filing announcement of the European Commission hit Chinese enterprises with double anti-dumping sticks. On September 6, 2012, the European Commission issued an announcement to launch an anti-dumping investigation on photovoltaic panels, photovoltaic cells and other photovoltaic modules imported from China. Subsequently, on November 8, the European Commission launched a countervailing investigation on Chinese photovoltaic products. This case, with a value of more than 20 billion US dollars, is not only the largest trade dispute between China and the EU so far, but also the largest trade dispute involving the largest amount in the world

after the starting gun that officially filed the case hit Inner Mongolia, an arduous negotiation between China and the EU officially began. During this period, the Ministry of Commerce of China, China Chamber of Commerce for the import and export of mechanical and electrical products and other industry associations flew to Brussels, Belgium, for many times to carry out consultations and negotiations at all levels with the European Commission. Chinese photovoltaic enterprises also jointly held a press conference to express their strong dissatisfaction with the EU

it is particularly worth mentioning that Premier Li Keqiang personally directed and participated in the negotiation of this trade dispute case. At the end of May and the beginning of June 2013, when the China EU photovoltaic war was burning, Li Keqiang launched a series of diplomatic activities to Europe, winning the support of German Chancellor Angela Merkel. On June 3, just before the European Commission released the preliminary ruling results, Li Keqiang, at request, reiterated with European Commission President barrosotone the high attention of the Chinese government to the photovoltaic case

this communication played a key role in promoting the negotiation and settlement of the photovoltaic case, and won a valuable two-month buffer period: according to the preliminary determination of the European Commission, an 11.8% temporary anti-dumping duty was imposed on the Chinese photovoltaic products involved from June 6 to August 6. At the same time, the European Commission decided that if China and the EU failed to reach a solution before August 6, the anti-dumping tax rate would rise to 47.6%

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