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Document 32018R1551

Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2018/1551 of 16 October 2018 invalidating invoices issued by two exporting producers in breach of the undertaking repealed by Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1570

C/2018/6716

OJ L 260, 17.10.2018, p. 8–19 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, HR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)

In force

ELI: http://data.europa.eu/eli/reg_impl/2018/1551/oj

17.10.2018   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 260/8


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2018/1551

of 16 October 2018

invalidating invoices issued by two exporting producers in breach of the undertaking repealed by Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1570

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (‘the Treaty’),

Having regard to Regulation (EU) 2016/1036 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2016 on protection against dumped imports from countries not members of the European Union (1) (‘the basic anti-dumping Regulation’), and in particular Article 8 thereof,

Having regard to Regulation (EU) 2016/1037 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2016 on protection against subsidised imports from countries not members of the European Union (2) (‘the basic anti-subsidy Regulation’), and in particular Article 13 thereof,

Having regard to Council Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1238/2013 of 2 December 2013 imposing a definitive anti-dumping duty and collecting definitively the provisional duty imposed on imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells) originating in or consigned from the People's Republic of China (3), and in particular Article 3 thereof,

Having regard to Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/367 of 1 March 2017 imposing a definitive anti-dumping duty on imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells) originating in or consigned from the People's Republic of China following an expiry review pursuant to Article 11(2) of Regulation (EU) 2016/1036 of the European Parliament and of the Council and terminating the partial interim review investigation pursuant to Article 11(3) of Regulation (EU) 2016/1036 (4) (‘the expiry review anti-dumping Regulation’),

Having regard to Council Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1239/2013 of 2 December 2013 imposing a definitive countervailing duty on imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells) originating in or consigned from the People's Republic of China (5), and in particular Article 2 thereof,

Having regard to Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/366 of 1 March 2017 imposing definitive countervailing duties on imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells) originating in or consigned from the People's Republic of China following an expiry review pursuant to Article 18(2) of Regulation (EU) 2016/1037 of the European Parliament and of the Council and terminating the partial interim review investigation pursuant to Article 19(3) of Regulation (EU) 2016/1037 (6) (‘the expiry review anti-subsidy Regulation’),

Having regard to Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1570 of 15 September 2017 amending Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/366 and Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/367 imposing definitive countervailing and anti-dumping duties on imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells) originating in or consigned from the People's Republic of China and repealing Implementing Decision 2013/707/EU confirming the acceptance of an undertaking offered in connection with the anti-dumping and anti-subsidy proceedings concerning imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells) originating in or consigned from the People's Republic of China for the period of application of definitive measures (7) (‘the repeal Regulation’),

Having regard to Notices 2018/C 310/06 and 2018/C 310/07 (8) (‘the expiry Notices’),

Informing the Member States,

Whereas:

A.   UNDERTAKING AND OTHER MEASURES

(1)

By Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1238/2013, the Council imposed a definitive anti-dumping duty on imports into the Union of modules and cells originating in or consigned from the People's Republic of China (‘the PRC’) (‘the product concerned’). By Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1239/2013, the Council also imposed a definitive countervailing duty on imports into the Union of the product concerned.

(2)

The China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Machinery and Electronic Products (‘the CCCME’) submitted, on behalf of a group of exporting producers, a price undertaking to the Commission. By Decision 2013/423/EU (9), the Commission accepted that price undertaking with regard to the provisional anti-dumping duty. Following the notification of an amended version of the price undertaking by a group of exporting producers together with the CCCME, the Commission confirmed by Implementing Decision 2013/707/EU (10) the acceptance of the price undertaking as amended for the period of application of anti-dumping and countervailing definitive measures (‘the undertaking’). The undertaking was accepted for the following exporting producers, inter alia:

(a)

Jiangsu Sinski PV, Co. Ltd covered by the TARIC additional code: B838 (‘Sinski PV’);

(b)

Zheijang Koly Energy Co. Ltd covered by the TARIC additional code: B908 (‘Koly Energy’).

(3)

The Commission also adopted a Decision clarifying the implementation of the undertaking (11) and 15 regulations withdrawing the acceptance of the undertaking for several exporting producers (12).

(4)

By Implementing Regulations (EU) 2016/185 (13) and 2016/184 (14), the Commission extended the definitive anti-dumping and countervailing duties on imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells) originating in or consigned from the PRC to imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells) consigned from Malaysia and Taiwan with the exception of a number of genuine producers.

(5)

By the expiry review anti-dumping Regulation, the Commission extended the definitive anti-dumping duty on imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells) originating in or consigned from the PRC following an expiry review and terminating the partial interim review investigation pursuant to respectively, Article 11(2) and Article 11(3) of the basic anti-dumping Regulation.

(6)

By the expiry review anti-subsidy Regulation, the Commission extended a definitive countervailing duty on imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells) originating in or consigned from the PRC following an expiry review and terminating the partial interim review investigation pursuant to respectively, Article 18(2) and Article 19(3) of the basic anti- subsidy Regulation (the expiry review anti-dumping Regulation and the expiry review anti-subsidy Regulation are hereinafter collectively referred as ‘the expiry review Regulations’).

(7)

By the repeal Regulation the Commission repealed the undertaking.

(8)

By the expiry Notices the Commission gave notice that the anti-dumping duty and the anti-subsidy duty on imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells) originating in or consigned from the PRC expired on 3 September 2018.

B.   TERMS OF THE UNDERTAKING

(9)

Under the terms of the undertaking, the exporting producers agreed, inter alia, not to sell the product concerned to the first independent customer in the Union below a certain minimum import price (‘the MIP’). The MIP was subject to a quarterly adjustment mechanism by reference to international spot prices of modules including Chinese prices as reported by the Bloomberg database.

(10)

The exporting producers also agreed to sell the product concerned only by means of direct sales. For the purpose of the undertaking, a direct sale was defined as a sale either to the first independent customer in the Union or via a related party in the Union listed in the undertaking. Indirect sales to the Union by companies other than those listed in the undertaking constituted a breach of the undertaking.

(11)

The undertaking also clarified, in a non-exhaustive list, what constituted a breach of the undertaking. That list included, in particular, issuing undertaking invoices for solar panels produced by a non-undertaking company in order to benefit from the exemption of anti-dumping and countervailing duties (‘the company channelling’).

(12)

The undertaking also obliged the exporting producers to provide the Commission on a quarterly basis with detailed information on all their export sales to and re-sales in the Union (‘the quarterly reports’). This implied that the data submitted in these quarterly reports must be complete and correct and that the reported transactions fully complied with the terms of the undertaking. Reporting of re-sales in the Union was a particular obligation when the product concerned was sold to the first independent customer through a related importer. Only these reports enabled the Commission to monitor whether the re-sale price of the related importer to the first independent customer was in accordance with the MIP.

(13)

The exporting producers were liable for the breach of any of their related parties, whether or not listed in the undertaking.

(14)

The exporting producers also undertook to consult the Commission regarding any difficulties or questions, technical or otherwise, which might arise during the implementation of the undertaking.

C.   REPEAL OF THE UNDERTAKING

(15)

The undertaking was initially accepted from more than 120 companies/company groups. In the meantime, the Commission withdrew its acceptance of the undertaking for 19 companies. Seventeen of these were found to have breached the undertaking while the remaining two companies had business models that made it impracticable to monitor their compliance with the undertaking. In addition, 16 other Chinese companies voluntarily withdrew from the undertaking.

(16)

By the repeal Regulation, the Commission repealed the undertaking and introduced a variable duty under the form of a minimum import price (‘the variable duty MIP’) that replaced the undertaking. The variable duty MIP means that eligible imports with a declared value at, or above, the MIP would not be subject to duties and customs authorities will levy duties immediately if the product is imported at a price below the MIP.

(17)

Given that the variable duty MIP replaced the undertaking, the Commission found it appropriate, as per the findings listed in recitals (50) to (53) of the repeal Regulation, that the variable duty MIP would only apply to those companies that had not breached the undertaking in the past, irrespective of whether such a breach had already been found to have occurred, or whether such a breach would be found to have occurred in future investigations by the Commission. Accordingly, for all exporting producers which breached the undertaking while it was still in place the uncapped ad valorem duties should apply.

(18)

At the time of entry into force of the repeal Regulation on 1 October 2017, the Commission continued to conduct investigations concerning the compliance with the undertaking, and considered appropriate to open new investigations for goods that were released for free circulation while the undertaking was still in place. For those investigations, a customs debt will be incurred at the time of acceptance of the declaration for release into free circulation: (a) whenever it is established, in respect of imports invoiced by companies subject to the undertaking, that one or more of the conditions of the undertaking was not fulfilled; or (b) when the Commission finds that the undertaking was breached in a regulation or decision which refers to particular transactions and declares the relevant undertaking invoices as invalid.

D.   MONITORING OF THE EXPORTING PRODUCERS

(19)

The Commission received evidence from customs authorities of two Member States on the basis of Articles 8(9) and 14(7) of the basic anti-dumping Regulation and Articles 13(9) and 24(7) of the basic anti-subsidy Regulation regarding compliance of Sinski PV and Koly Energy with the undertaking. The Commission also assessed publicly available information regarding the corporate structure of Koly Energy.

(20)

The findings listed in recitals (21) to (24) below address the allegations received from the customs authorities for Sinski PV and Koly Energy regarding an alleged breach of the undertaking while it was still in force.

E.   GROUNDS TO INVALIDATE UNDERTAKING INVOICES

(a)   Sinski PV

(21)

The evidence received from customs authorities suggests that Sinski PV sold solar panels to at least one customer in the Union systematically below the MIP, thus breaching the provisions of the undertaking as described in recital (9) above.

(22)

Further evidence also shows that Sinski PV engaged with three other companies to issue undertaking invoices for solar products manufactured by non-undertaking companies as per purchase orders placed by a customer of Sinski PV in the Union. This practice (company channelling) constitutes a breach specifically listed in the undertaking as described in recital (11) above.

(b)   Koly Energy

(23)

Based on the evidence received from customs authorities and corroborated by publicly available sources, Koly Energy sold solar panels to an allegedly unrelated importer in the Union for which it issued undertaking invoices. The transactions to this importer amounted in value to more than 50 % of Koly Energy's total sales to the Union. Based on the information available to the Commission, the importer involved in these transactions was related to Koly Energy in the sense of Article 127(1) of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/2447 (15) (‘Union Customs Code Implementing Act’). Koly Energy has never reported a related importer in the Union. As this importer is not listed as a related party in the undertaking, Koly Energy breached the terms of the undertaking as described in recital (10) above.

(24)

Related importers have reporting obligations similar to their Chinese mother companies in order to enable the Commission to assess whether the net sales price to the first unrelated customer in the Union is at, or above, the MIP. None of the re-sales by the related importer was reported to the Commission. Consequently, Koly Energy also breached the terms of the undertaking as described in recitals (12) and (13) above.

F.   RELEVANT UNDERTAKING INVOICES

(25)

The sales transactions made by Sinski PV below the MIP to the identified customer and/or involving company channelling were linked to the following undertaking invoices:

Number of Commercial invoice accompanying goods subject to an undertaking

Date

SPVF15014

24.7.2015

SPVF15015

28.7.2015

SPVF15020

26.8.2015

SPVF15021

28.8.2015

SPVF15022

1.9.2015

SPVF15034

4.11.2015

SPVF15039

4.12.2015

SPVF15040

8.12.2015

SPVF15042

11.12.2015

SPVF15043

17.12.2015

SPVF15044

17.12.2015

SPVF15046

25.12.2015

SPVF15047

25.12.2015

SPVF15048

25.12.2015

SPVF15049

28.12.2015

SPVF15050

28.12.2015

SPVF15051

30.12.2015

SPVF15052

30.12.2015

SPVF16001

7.1.2016

SPVF16002

7.1.2016

SL-SS20170323-1

1.4.2017

SPVF16019

23.3.2016

SPVF16020

6.4.2016

SPVF16021

10.4.2016

SPVF16022

30.4.2016

(26)

The indirect sales transactions made by Koly Energy were linked to the following undertaking invoices:

Number of Commercial invoice accompanying goods subject to an undertaking

Date

KL150328

28.3.2015

KL150424

24.4.2015

KL150428001

28.4.2015

KL150428002

28.4.2015

KL150516

16.5.2015

KL150608

8.6.2015

KL150616

16.6.2015

KL150706

6.7.2015

KL150708002

8.7.2015

KL150816

16.8.2015

KL150827

27.8.2015

KL150920

20.9.2015

KL151018

18.10.2015

KL151108

8.11.2015

KL151113

13.11.2015

KL151125

25.11.2015

KL151230

30.12.2015

KL160123

23.1.2016

KL160511

11.5.2016

KL160517

17.5.2016

KL160523

23.5.2016

KL160610

10.6.2016

KL160714

14.7.2016

KL160726

26.7.2016

KL160816

16.8.2016

KL160825

25.8.2016

KL160922

22.9.2016

KL161013

13.10.2016

KL161027001

27.10.2016

KL161027002

27.10.2016

KL161030

30.10.2016

KL161106

6.11.2016

KL161108002

8.11.2016

KL161114

14.11.2016

KL161125

25.11.2016

KL161209

9.12.2016

KL161210

10.12.2016

KL161212

12.12.2016

KL161215

15.12.2016

KL161230001

30.12.2016

KL161230002

31.12.2016

KL170109001

9.1.2017

KL170109002

13.1.2017

KL170115

15.1.2017

KL170116001

16.1.2017

KL170116002

18.1.2017

KL170120

20.1.2017

KL170121001

21.1.2017

KL170121002

21.1.2017

KL170323001

23.3.2017

KL170323002

25.3.2017

KL170408

8.4.2017

KL170412

12.4.2017

KL170510

10.5.2017

KL170511

11.5.2017

KL170518002

18.5.2017

KL170614002

14.6.2017

KL170621

21.6.2017

KL170712

12.7.2017

KL170731001

31.7.2017

KL170812

12.8.2017

KL170814

14.8.2017

KL170822002

22.8.2017

KL170918001

18.9.2017

KL170918002

18.9.2017

KL170919

19.9.2017

KL170930002

30.9.2017

G.   WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS AND HEARINGS

(27)

Interested parties were informed of the findings, in particular the intention to invalidate the undertaking invoices. Interested parties were granted the opportunity to be heard and to comment pursuant to Article 8(9) of the basic anti-dumping Regulation and Article 13(9) of the basic anti-subsidy Regulation.

(28)

One importer and one Chinese exporting producer made written submissions.

(29)

The Commission considered the comments submitted by the interested parties and addressed them below.

(30)

Koly Energy and its allegedly related importer in the Union contested the affiliation relationship between them and denied being part of a common holding group.

(31)

Koly Energy submitted that it is 100 % owned by two Chinese persons that have no stake in either the importer in the Union or in any holding group. It further submitted that it maintained a close business relationship with the holding group because it was Koly Energy's biggest customer. It denied, however, the existence of any ties between the importer and itself and denied being controlled by the same holding party.

(32)

The Commission considered that, in the absence of evidence to the contrary, the representation of Koly Energy as seller in a purchase and delivery contract of solar modules by a commercial operations manager of the holding group to which the importer also belongs constituted an acknowledgement, towards third parties, of an affiliation relationship between Koly Energy, the importer and that holding group in the sense of Article 127(1) of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/2447 (‘Union Customs Code Implementing Act’). This conclusion was further strengthened as the same contract showed both Koly Energy and the importer's signatures on behalf of the seller (Koly Energy). The identification of an email address of the holding group as contact data of Koly Energy (the seller) for communication purposes as regards that contract further confirmed this view. Moreover, that contract included a clause in which the name and mailing address of the importer was mentioned as the contact person of the seller (Koly Energy). Although Koly Energy claimed that this contract was signed without its authorisation and therefore reserved its right to hold the importer responsible, no evidence to that effect was ever presented to the Commission. Other cross references between Koly Energy, the importer and the holding group in other public documents and sources such as websites and a short term bonds' issuance contract led the Commission to the conclusion that Koly Energy and the importer in the Union were related parties. The submission was, therefore, rejected.

(33)

Koly Energy also claimed that the importer in the Union used Koly Energy's logo, trademark and domain name unilaterally and without consent. The Commission considered that, in the absence of evidence to the contrary, the public and widespread use of Koly Energy's commercial signs (trademark, logo, email address) by the importer in its usual business activities attested to an affiliation relationship between the two companies through the banner of a common holding group. This conclusion was further stressed by the use of the holding group's logo in Koly Energy's own website, and the joint display of Koly Energy and the holding group logos in a 2016 international commodity fair. The claim was, therefore, dismissed.

(34)

The importer of Koly Energy in the Union submitted non-substantiated comments outside the extensions granted to comment and presented no evidence regarding its ownership.

H.   BREACH OF THE UNDERTAKING AND IMPOSITION OF DEFINITIVE DUTIES

(35)

In accordance with Article 8(9) of the basic anti-dumping Regulation, Article 13(9) of the basic anti-subsidy Regulation and in accordance with the terms of the undertaking, the Commission concluded that Sinski PV and Koly Energy breached the undertaking while it was still in place.

(36)

Therefore, in accordance with Article 3(2)(b) of Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1238/2013, Article 2(2)(b) of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/367, Article 2(2)(b) of Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1239/2013 and Article 2(2)(b) of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/366 in force at the time of acceptance of the customs declaration for release into free circulation, Sinski PV and Koly Energy' invoices listed in recitals (25) and (26) are declared invalid. The customs debt incurred at the time of acceptance of the declaration for release into free circulation should be recovered by the national customs authorities in accordance with Article 105(3) to Article 105(6) of Regulation (EU) No 952/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council (16) when this Regulation enters into force. The national customs authorities responsible for the collection of duties will be informed accordingly.

(37)

The Commission also recalls that where the customs authorities of the Member States have indications that the price presented on an undertaking invoice does not correspond to the price actually paid, they should investigate whether the requirement to include any rebates in the undertaking invoices has been violated or the MIP has not been respected. Where customs authorities of the Member States conclude that there has been such a violation or whether the MIP has not been respected, they should collect the duties as a consequence thereof. In order to facilitate the work of the customs authorities of the Member States, on the basis of Article 4(3) of the Treaty, the Commission should share in such situations the confidential text and other information of the undertaking for the sole purpose of national proceedings,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

1.   The undertaking invoices listed in the Annex are declared invalid.

2.   The anti-dumping and countervailing duties due at the time of acceptance of the customs declaration for release into free circulation under Article 3(2)(b) of Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1238/2013, Article 2(2)(b) of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/367, Article 2(2)(b) of Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1239/2013 and Article 2(2)(b) of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/366 shall be collected.

Article 2

1.   Where customs authorities of the Member States have indications that the price presented on an undertaking invoice pursuant to Article 3(1)(b) of the Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1238/2013, Article 2(1)(b) of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/367, Article 2(1)(b) of Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1239/2013 and Article 2(1)(b) of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/366 issued by Jiangsu Sinski PV, Co. Ltd or Zheijang Koly Energy Co. Ltd prior to the entry into force of this regulation does not correspond to the price paid and that therefore those companies may have violated the undertaking, the customs authorities may, if necessary for the purpose of conducting national proceedings, request the Commission to disclose to them a copy of the undertaking and other information in order to verify the applicable minimum import price (‘MIP’) on the day when the undertaking invoice was issued.

2.   Where the verification referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article reveals that discounts and rebates have not been included in the commercial invoice, the duties due as a consequence under Article 3(2)(a) of the Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1238/2013, Article 2(2)(a) of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/367, Article 2(2)(a) of Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1239/2013 and Article 2(2)(a) of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/366 shall be collected.

3.   The information in accordance with paragraph 1 of this Article may only be used for the purpose of enforcement of duties due under Article 3(2)(a) of the Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1238/2013, Article 2(2)(a) of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/367, Article 2(2)(a) of Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1239/2013 and Article 2(2)(a) of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/366. In this context, customs authorities of the Member States may provide the debtor of those duties with this information for the sole purpose of safeguarding their rights of defence. Such information may under no circumstances be disclosed to third parties.

Article 3

This Regulation shall enter into force on the day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 16 October 2018.

For the Commission

The President

Jean-Claude JUNCKER


(1)  OJ L 176, 30.6.2016, p. 21 as amended by Regulation (EU) 2017/2321 of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 338, 19.12.2017, p. 1) and Regulation (EU) 2018/82 of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 143, 7.6.2018, p. 1).

(2)  OJ L 176, 30.6.2016, p. 55 as amended by Regulation (EU) 2017/2321.

(3)  OJL 325, 5.12.2013, p. 1.

(4)  OJ L 56, 3.3.2017, p. 131.

(5)  OJ L 325, 5.12.2013, p. 66.

(6)  OJ L 56, 3.3.2017, p. 1.

(7)  OJ L 238, 16.9.2017, p. 22.

(8)  OJ C 310/06, 3.9.2018, p. 4.

(9)  OJ L 209, 3.8.2013, p. 26.

(10)  OJ L 325, 5.12.2013, p. 214.

(11)  OJ L 270, 11.9.2014, p. 6.

(12)  Commission Implementing Regulations (EU) 2015/866 (OJ L 139, 5.6.2015, p. 30), (EU) 2015/1403 (OJ L 218, 19.8.2015, p. 1), (EU) 2015/2018 (OJ L 295, 12.11.2015, p. 23), (EU) 2016/115 (OJ L 23, 29.1.2016, p. 47), (EU) 2016/1045 (OJ L 170, 29.6.2016, p. 5), (EU) 2016/1382 (OJ L 222, 17.8.2016, p. 10), (EU) 2016/1402 (OJ L 228, 23.8.2016, p. 16), (EU) 2016/1998 (OJ L 308, 16.11.2016, p. 8), (EU) 2016/2146 (OJ L 333, 8.12.2016, p. 4), (EU) 2017/454 (OJ L 71, 16.3.2017, p. 5), (EU) 2017/941 (OJ L 142, 2.6.2017, p. 43), (EU) 2017/1408 (OJ L 201, 2.8.2017, p. 3), (EU) 2017/1497 (OJ L 218, 24.8.2017, p. 10), (EU) 2017/1524 (OJ L 230, 6.9.2017, p. 11), (EU) 2017/1589 (OJ L 241, 20.9.2017, p. 21) withdrawing the acceptance of the undertaking for several exporting producers.

(13)  OJ L 37, 12.2.2016, p. 76.

(14)  OJ L 37, 12.2.2016, p. 56.

(15)  OJ L 343, 29.12.2015, p. 558.

(16)  OJ L 269, 10.10.2013, p. 1.


ANNEX

List of undertaking invoices issued by Jiangsu Sinski PV, Co. Ltd which are declared invalid:

Number of Commercial invoice accompanying goods subject to an undertaking

Date

SPVF15014

24.7.2015

SPVF15015

28.7.2015

SPVF15020

26.8.2015

SPVF15021

28.8.2015

SPVF15022

1.9.2015

SPVF15034

4.11.2015

SPVF15039

4.12.2015

SPVF15040

8.12.2015

SPVF15042

11.12.2015

SPVF15043

17.12.2015

SPVF15044

17.12.2015

SPVF15046

25.12.2015

SPVF15047

25.12.2015

SPVF15048

25.12.2015

SPVF15049

28.12.2015

SPVF15050

28.12.2015

SPVF15051

30.12.2015

SPVF15052

30.12.2015

SPVF16001

7.1.2016

SPVF16002

7.1.2016

SL-SS20170323-1

1.4.2017

SPVF16019

23.3.2016

SPVF16020

6.4.2016

SPVF16021

10.4.2016

SPVF16022

30.4.2016

List of undertaking invoices issued Zheijang Koly Energy Co. Ltd which are declared invalid:

Number of Commercial invoice accompanying goods subject to an undertaking

Date

KL150328

28.3.2015

KL150424

24.4.2015

KL150428001

28.4.2015

KL150428002

28.4.2015

KL150516

16.5.2015

KL150608

8.6.2015

KL150616

16.6.2015

KL150706

6.7.2015

KL150708002

8.7.2015

KL150816

16.8.2015

KL150827

27.8.2015

KL150920

20.9.2015

KL151018

18.10.2015

KL151108

8.11.2015

KL151113

13.11.2015

KL151125

25.11.2015

KL151230

30.12.2015

KL160123

23.1.2016

KL160511

11.5.2016

KL160517

17.5.2016

KL160523

23.5.2016

KL160610

10.6.2016

KL160714

14.7.2016

KL160726

26.7.2016

KL160816

16.8.2016

KL160825

25.8.2016

KL160922

22.9.2016

KL161013

13.10.2016

KL161027001

27.10.2016

KL161027002

27.10.2016

KL161030

30.10.2016

KL161106

6.11.2016

KL161108002

8.11.2016

KL161114

14.11.2016

KL161125

25.11.2016

KL161209

9.12.2016

KL161210

10.12.2016

KL161212

12.12.2016

KL161215

15.12.2016

KL161230001

30.12.2016

KL161230002

31.12.2016

KL170109001

9.1.2017

KL170109002

13.1.2017

KL170115

15.1.2017

KL170116001

16.1.2017

KL170116002

18.1.2017

KL170120

20.1.2017

KL170121001

21.1.2017

KL170121002

21.1.2017

KL170323001

23.3.2017

KL170323002

25.3.2017

KL170408

8.4.2017

KL170412

12.4.2017

KL170510

10.5.2017

KL170511

11.5.2017

KL170518002

18.5.2017

KL170614002

14.6.2017

KL170621

21.6.2017

KL170712

12.7.2017

KL170731001

31.7.2017

KL170812

12.8.2017

KL170814

14.8.2017

KL170822002

22.8.2017

KL170918001

18.9.2017

KL170918002

18.9.2017

KL170919

19.9.2017

KL170930002

30.9.2017


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