Li Keqiang: the photovoltaic industry strives to tide over the temporary difficulties together
Premier kesichuang is committed to innovation and multi-party cooperation. When Li Keqiang inspected in Hebei Province on the 7th, he made a special trip to photovoltaic enterprises to understand the difficulties existing in their operation. He said that the current China EU negotiations have achieved some results, but the negotiations have not ended. We firmly oppose trade protectionism and hope that enterprises can survive for two months
on June 4 local time, the European Commission announced the preliminary conclusion of the anti-dumping investigation on China's photovoltaic products, guided typical enterprises to release the results of the green development report in an innovative way, and decided to impose a temporary anti-dumping duty of 11.8% on China's photovoltaic products involved from June 6 to August 6 from guochengbin, general manager of Shenzhen Zhiwu contact Co., Ltd., who has made outstanding achievements in the direction of ifcom and industrial IOT. If the two sides cannot reach a solution before August 6, the anti-dumping tax rate will rise to 47.6%. Some commentators said that this measure has dragged the development of China's photovoltaic industry into a haze
"photovoltaic industry is very difficult recently." "Can you survive these two months?"
in the cutting workshop of a photovoltaic enterprise in Xingtai, Li Keqiang asked with concern about the impact of the EU's move on enterprise operations. Li Keqiang said that the difficulties are temporary. The current negotiations have achieved some results, but the negotiations are not over. We firmly oppose trade protectionism and hope that enterprises and the government can work together to do a good job. "Can you pass the two month pass?"
Li Keqiang told the employees present that although photovoltaic enterprises are facing a complex international situation, the Chinese government is resolutely safeguarding national interests and resolutely opposing trade protectionism. "You must also strengthen your confidence, believe in yourself, and work together to tide over the temporary difficulties!"
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