China Requests Extension for US Trade Case Settlement

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The Government of the People’s Republic of China (GOC) has this week requested its lawyers to issue a plea for more time in submitting a proposed suspension agreement in the ongoing solar trade dispute with the U.S.

SEIA's vice president of communications, Ken Johnson, told pv magazine that the industry hopes that this latest legal maneuvering helps to nudge the process towards a negotiated settlement. "If that happens, and the discussions center around some type of price undertaking, we will do everything possible to help develop an agreement that has the least possible impact on the U.S. solar industry. We're still optimistic that this long-running, divisive solar trade war can be settled fairly and equitably," Johnson said.

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