U.S. Files Second Case Against India on Solar-Energy Policy

The U.S. filed a second complaint against India’s solar-energy policies at the World Trade Organization, reviving a year-old dispute between the two nations. Today’s action follows a case the U.S. filed in February 2013 at the Geneva-based WTO, saying India’s requirements for locally made components on solar-energy products violate global ...

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US presses India to change solar panel rules

U.S. trade officials are requesting another consultation with India over that nation's domestic content requirements on imported solar panels. U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman said Monday that India discriminates against U.S. solar cells and modules by requiring solar power developers to use Indian-manufactured equipment. “Today...

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