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Can Domestic Manufacturers Capture a Larger Piece of the Growing Indian Solar Market
February 2017
Solar installations in India reached 4 GW in 2016, and are expected to surpass 9 GW in 2017, an incredible pace of growth considering India installed just 883 MW in 2014. With exponential growth in the sector, the government wants to ramp up domestic manufacturing to decrease the volume of solar module imports which, along with installations, has also increased dramatically.
Anti-Dumping Duty
June 2016
This article studies Section 9A of Customs Tariff Act, 1975, which deals with anti-dumping duty in the light of Supreme Courts recent judgment in the case of Commissioner of Customs, Bangalore v. M/S. G.M. Exports and Others [Commissioner of Customs, Bangalore v. M/S. G.M. Exports and Others, 2015(10) SCALE 169].
Dumping zone
August 2014
The debate over anti-dumping duties (ADD) on solar power equipment has reached its peak level, where solar power developers and manufacturer associations are trying to put forward their views to the Government.
US industry supports government move against India's solar policy
March 2014
The US solar and manufacturing industry has supported the Obama Administration's move to challenge in the WTO the domestic content requirements in India's fast-growing solar products market. Over the past three years, the US has provided India every opportunity to remove restrictive and unfair marketplace requirements.
Mandatory sourcing clause for UMPPs likely to violate WTO norms
October 2013
The recent decision by an empowered group of ministers (EGoM), headed by Defence Minister AK Antony, to make sourcing power equipment from domestic manufacturers mandatory might be in violation of global trading norms under the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Mandatory sourcing clause for UMPPs likely to violate WTO norms
October 2013
The recent decision by an empowered group of ministers (EGoM), headed by Defence Minister AK Antony, to make sourcing power equipment from domestic manufacturers mandatory might be in violation of global trading norms under the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Reform delay falling rupee to hit solar
September 2013
Uncertainty in policy reform implementations coupled with falling rupee has hampered the sentiments of investors.
Reform delay falling rupee to hit solar
September 2013
Uncertainty in policy reform implementations coupled with falling rupee has hampered the sentiments of investors.
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