Jan. 22 — The Trump administration issued a decision on a high-profile trade case, imposing 30% tariffs on imported crystalline silicon photo-voltaic modules and cells. The first 2.5 GW of cell imports of every year are excluded, according to the press release, which offered no details on whether or not some countries are exempt from the tariffs. Implementation starts in 15 days.
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