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  • 2019/1/24

    DeHeng Help XINYI SOLAR Win the Anti-dumping ​Investigation Initiated by Indian Authority

    On the basis of complete petition submitted by M/s Gujarat Borosil Limited (hereinafter also referred to as the Petitioner or Applicant), the Directorate General of Trade Remedies (hereinafter also referred to as the DGTR or the Authority), Ministry of Commerce and Industry, India, initiated an anti-dumping investigation against solar glass originating in or exported from Malaysia in February 2018. DeHeng Law Offices (hereinafter also referred to as DeHeng) was appointed by XINYI SOLAR Holdings Ltd. (hereinafter also referred to as XINYI SOLAR Group) to represent its subsidiary XINYI SOLAR (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. (hereinafter also referred to as XINYI (Malaysia)) in the investigation. On January 17, 2019, the Authority published the final finding notification in which XINYI (Malaysia)'s exports were evaluated as non-dumped and hence shall not be liable for an anti-dumping measure. However, for the non-cooperating producers/exporters, the Authority recommended imposition of definitive anti-dumping duty of $114.58/MT for five years.

  • 2013/3/21

    DeHeng Helped the Hungarian Customer to Win the Lowest Rate of TDI Anti-Dumping Case

    On 12th March 2013, the MOFCOM published No.16 announcement declaring its definitive determination and findings of the TDI anti-dumping case.

  • 2009/6/24

    DeHeng Counseled TSMC to Win the First Instance in the Unfair Competition Disputes with SMIC

    On June 10, 2009, the Beijing Municipal Higher People's Court issued the first instance of civil judgments, determining that the grounds of action from SMIC did not hold water and rejected all the requests of proceedings from SMIC.

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