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2007-07-20 WTO says Japan's tariff on Hynix chips illegal
WTO has ruled that Japan illegally applied countervailing duties on DRAM chips made by South Korean Hynix Semiconductor, under the international trade rules.
2003-04-22 Taiwan DRAM makers demand tariff against Hynix chips
Taiwan's leading memory makers are banding together to win government support for a tariff against DRAM chips made by Hynix Semiconductor Inc., following in the footsteps of companies in the U.S. and Europe.
2012-05-28 SIA drafts global tariff policy
"We were able to agree that for the good of the industry and the growth of the semiconductor industry we should petition respective governments to eliminate tariffs all chips including multichip packages," said Brian Toohey, president of the SIA.
2006-01-31 Japan's Hynix tariff goes into effect
A countervailing duty of 27.2% on DRAMs manufactured in Korea by Hynix Semiconductor and exported to Japan has been approved by Japan's cabinet and gone into effect.
2005-10-25 Japan sets Hynix tariff at 27%, says report
Japan has come up with a figure of 27.2 percent as the level of import duty to be levied on DRAM chips made by South Korea's Hynix Semiconductor Inc., according to an Associated Press report which referenced the South Korean government as its source. However, a final decision on whether to impose the duty has not be taken, and the two countries are expected to hold talks soon, the report said.
2006-01-25 Japan hits Hynix with 27.2% tariff
Responding to alleged government subsidies, Japan moved to impose tariffs totaling 27.2 percent on DRAMs manufactured by South Korea's Hynix Semiconductor Inc.
2009-04-16 Japan gov't ends tariff on Hynix
The Japan government has announced that it would end punitive tariffs on PC memory ICs made by Hynix Semiconductor, according to an AFP report.
2002-03-01 High-tech industry asks India to delay tariff cuts
India's high-technology industries are pressing their government to delay the planned elimination of import duties by two years, to 2005.
2013-05-15 Europe inflicts heavy tariff on China's PV products
Europe's anti-dumping investigation on China suggested that the government has subsidized its domestic solar makers, and Europe may impose more than 30 per cent tariff on China's PV products.
2006-02-06 U.S. seeks free trade agreement with South Korea
U.S. Trade Representative Rob Portman announced the initiation of negotiations with South Korea on a free trade agreement that would remove tariffs and other trade barriers between the two countries.
2013-12-06 Thailand boosts efforts in raising renewable energy use
Thailand's Energy Conservation Fund will provide financial support for state agencies to install solar modules on their rooftops, reports the Bangkok Post.
2012-10-08 Taiwan solar firms headed for a rocky future
According to Taiwan's Bureau of Energy, the first period's feed-in tariff in 2013 will fall between 9.23 per cent and 12.63 per cent, whereas the second period's is between 1.9 per cent and 5.62 per cent.
2011-11-28 Solar firms want simple eligibility process
The growth of solar industry in the Philippines is hampered by complicated rules in applying for contracts and the delay in implementing feed-in tariffs.
2008-08-28 Report: Japan to cut tariffs on Hynix chips
The Kyodo News reported that Japan will reduce tariffs against Hynix Semiconductor chips, following a recommendation by the World Trade Organization (WTO).
2012-09-18 PV suppliers urged to cut production to ease oversupply
IHS revealed that PV polysilicon prices last month fell at a faster rate than they did in July, continuing a losing streak that started in 4Q11.
2010-02-16 PV Forecast: Rising demand, lower costs enable higher margins
After a highly cyclical 2009, most segments of the solar industry are looking at a bright 1H 2010 with profit margins heading towards 20 per cent. After that, incentive policies will determine the timing of the PV next cycle.
2012-08-31 PV demand from APAC to grow by 80% YoY in H2
NPD indicated that the Asia Pacific region will stimulate strong year-end surge in PV demand, driven by 4Q12 need at the 5.3GW level.
2012-08-06 Philippines stamps approval on renewable energy FiTs
Regulatory body has approved initial feed-in tariff rules to assist RE developers in recovering investments.
2005-05-25 Government issues preferential policies for TFT-LCD industry
The Ministry of Finance and the National Bureau of Statistics have jointly issued a circular on preferential taxation policies to support the development of the TFT-LCD industry in mainland China.
2010-03-09 Analyst: China needs PV components standard
Despite installing over 220MW of photovoltaic modules in China in 2009, several barriers still exist that restrict the market from reaching its full potential.
2012-11-08 Smart paper ticketing IC addresses disposable ticket demand
The MIFARE Ultralight EV1 is a non-cryptographic product which aims to enable transport operators to integrate flexible ticket tariff schemes.
2015-01-22 Renewable energy projects in Philippines get incentives
The Philippines has beefed up its efforts to promote renewable energy by endorsing 14 projects for a set of incentives through the feed-in-tariff scheme to the Energy Regulatory Commission.
2005-06-30 Japan could impose tariffs on Hynix, says report
Japan may impose a punitive tariff on chips imported from South Korea's Hynix Semiconductor Inc. after the World Trade Organization's appellate panel ruled in favor of the U.S. in a tariff dispute with the company, according to South Korea's Digital Chosun website.
2002-09-27 Zarlink IMA processors achieves up to 10Mbps
Zarlink Semiconductor has introduced three new inverse multiplexing for ATM (IMA) processors that achieve a data throughput of 10Mbps - the industry's highest serial DSL rate.
2009-06-10 Yingli Green powers 13MW Czech solar plant
Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd has announced that its photovoltaic modules will be installed in a 13MW plant in the Czech Republic to be constructed by S.A.G. Solarstrom AG.
2008-08-27 Yingli Green Energy eyes solar power plant in Beijing
Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd has entered into a framework agreement with the local government of a county in Beijing regarding the proposed construction of a 10MW solar power plant.
2008-04-08 Yingli bags PV contracts in South Korea
Chinese photovoltaic manufacturer Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd has signed sales contracts with Korean companies Korea Electric Power Industrial Development Corp. (KEPID), and Kaycom Corp.
2004-07-15 Xilinx invests in China
Programmable logic vendor Xilinx Inc. will disclose details this week of an investment it has made in He Jian Technology Co., a foundry in Suzhou, China, saying it may one day need the foundry to lower the cost of its chip production.
2007-11-30 WTO upholds ruling against Japan
The World Trade Organization stood by a ruling that Japan has violated international trade rules by imposing punitive import duties on DRAMs from South Korea.
2005-06-21 WTO tells Europe to correct Hynix chip tariffs
As expected, the World Trade Organization ruled against the European Union's countervailing duties on Hynix chips imported from South Korea.
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