Chinese solar module manufacturer Longi has denied accusations of circumventing US customs regulations. On Monday, the company said it would provide evidence that all US laws were complied with. The US Department of Commerce presented the preliminary results of a review of solar module manufacturers on Friday. These showed that Longi and three other companies circumvented US customs by relocating final manufacturing to Southeast Asian nations. The Commerce Department therefore demanded additional import duties from affected companies. Apart from Longi, these are BYD, Trina Solar and Canadian Solar.
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