The 100 percent tariffs would result in losses from $698 million to $2.6 billion in losses to consumers, according to the report. Tariffs of 50 percent would cut as many as 43,000 jobs.
Commerce is scheduled to make a preliminary finding March 2. The U.S. International Trade Commission said on Dec. 2 the Chinese subsidies have harmed equipment makers, ruling on the petition by Bonn-based SolarWorld seeking antidumping and countervailing duties. To read more from this article please click here