EU proposes ending duty-free access for three Chinese solar firms according to Reuters

reutersAccording to Reuters, the European Commission has proposed denying three Chinese solar panel producers duty-free access to European markets. That is because of alleged violations of its conditions.The three companies are Chinese-Canadian Canadian Solar, ReneSola and ET Solar. They now have until 20 March 2015 to make written submissions to the European Commission, with hearings then possible. The Commission is expected to take a final decision in late April or early May.