7.8.2019   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 207/12


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2019/1329

of 6 August 2019

invalidating invoices issued by Zhejiang Sunflower Light Energy Science & Technology Ltd in breach of the undertaking repealed by Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1570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,

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), and in particular Articles 8 and 14 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), and in particular Articles 13 and 24 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 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 (4), 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 (5),

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 (6),

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),

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 (‘the product concerned’) originating in or consigned from the People's Republic of China (the ‘PRC’). 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 (8), 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 of 4 December 2013 (9) 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, inter alia, for Zhejiang Sunflower Light Energy Science & Technology Ltd covered by the TARIC additional code B914 (‘Zhejiang Sunflower’).

(3)

The Commission also adopted a Decision clarifying the implementation of the undertaking (10) and 15 regulations withdrawing the acceptance of the undertaking for several exporting producers (11).

(4)

By Implementing Regulations (EU) 2016/185 (12) and (EU) 2016/184 (13), 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 Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/367 (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 Regulation (EU) 2016/1036 (the ‘basic anti-dumping Regulation’).

(6)

By Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/366 (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 Regulation (EU) 2016/1037 (the ‘basic anti-subsidy Regulation’).

(7)

By Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1570 (the ‘repeal Regulation’), the Commission repealed the undertaking.

(8)

By Notices 2018/C 310/06 (14) and 2018/C 310/07 (15), 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 would expire 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 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, making compensatory arrangements with customers and taking part in a trading system leading to a risk of circumvention. The sale of solar panels for the construction of solar parks by companies related to the exporting producer also constituted a breach of the undertaking.

(12)

By letter of 30 September 2014, the Commission services explicitly clarified to CCCME that, under the terms of the undertaking, sales for the construction of solar parks by related parties constituted a breach to the undertaking. After the entry into force of the undertaking the Commission services noted a substantial increase in the exports as captive sales to build solar parks, which constituted a change in the pattern of trade. Hence, the undertaking could no longer be effectively monitored. The Commission services requested the CCCME to disseminate this information to all Chinese exporting producers participating in the undertaking. Furthermore, this information was repeatedly disseminated by the Commission services during seminars held in the PRC. During these seminars the Commission services provided the exporting producers extensive information and explanations concerning the implementation of the undertaking, inter alia, information contained in the letter above mentioned.

(13)

The undertaking reporting obligations stipulated that each exporter submitted to the Commission, inter alia, quarterly reports of its direct sales to independent customers in the Union, of its sales to related parties in the Union and of the sales of its related parties to the first independent customer in the Union. 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.

(14)

According to the undertaking, each exporting producer would also be liable for the breach of any of its related parties, whether or not listed in the undertaking.

(15)

Similarly, the exporting producers undertook to consult the Commission regarding any difficulties or questions, technical or otherwise, which may arise during the implementation of the undertaking. No such request has been received by the Commission services from Zhejiang Sunflower.

C.   REPEAL OF THE UNDERTAKING

(16)

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. 17 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.

(17)

By the repeal Regulation, the Commission repealed the undertaking and introduced a variable duty in the form of a minimum import price (‘the variable duty MIP’). The variable duty MIP had the effect that eligible imports with a declared value at, or above, the MIP would not be subject to duties. In addition, the customs authorities would levy duties immediately if the product is imported at a price below the MIP. The repeal Regulation applies to all imports that are customs cleared after its date of entry into force.

(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 force. For those investigations, a customs debt would 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.

(19)

By Implementing Regulation (EU) 2018/1551 (16), the Commission invalidated invoices issued by two exporting producers in breach of the undertaking while it was still in force.

D.   MONITORING OF THE EXPORTING PRODUCERS

(20)

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, the customs authorities of one Member State submitted to the Commission evidence regarding noncompliance of Zhejiang Sunflower with the undertaking.

(21)

The findings listed in recitals 22 to 27 below address the allegations received from the customs authorities of the Member State referred to in recital 20 for Zhejiang Sunflower regarding alleged breaches of the undertaking while it was still in force.

E.   GROUNDS FOR THE INVALIDATION OF UNDERTAKING INVOICES

(22)

The evidence received from customs authorities of the Member State mentioned in recital 20 indicates that Zhejiang Sunflower and its related importer sold solar panels in the Union systematically below the MIP, thus breaching the provisions of the undertaking as described in recital 9 above.

(23)

Based on the evidence received from customs authorities of the Member State mentioned in recital 20, Zhejiang Sunflower set up a trading system (e.g. kickback payments, fraudulent undervaluation of services in particular related to solar parks) with its related importer in the Union to sell solar panels below the MIP since the entry into force of the undertaking.

(24)

Zhejiang Sunflower sold solar panels to its related importer in the Union, which further sold them to independent customers. Based on the evidence received from customs authorities, those independent customers had received kickback payments via a Hong Kong-based company related to Zhejiang Sunflower. Thus, the final sales prices of the solar panels stated on the Resale Invoice were in reality lowered to levels in breach of the applicable MIPs.

(25)

The related importer also sold solar panels for the construction of solar parks by final unrelated customers. The related importer negotiated with these final customers the price for the full package consisting of solar panels, inverters and engineering, procurement and construction services. On the invoice, the price of the solar panels was increased to respect the applicable MIP whereas the price of the engineering, procurement and construction services was decreased accordingly to compensate for the artificial increase in the solar panels' price. Thus, the final sales prices of the solar panels stated on the Resale Invoice were in reality lowered to levels in breach of the applicable MIPs.

(26)

One final customer that had bought solar panels for the construction of solar park projects was found to be, in reality, related to Zhejiang Sunflower, as it belonged to the same group as Zhejiang Sunflower and its related importer. The sale of solar panels for the construction of solar parks by companies related to the exporter was in breach of the undertaking (see recital 12).

(27)

Finally, based on the information received from customs authorities, the Commission also established that Zhejiang Sunflower breached its reporting obligations. Several re-sale transactions to the final customers identified in the evidence submitted by the customs authorities were not reported to the Commission. Furthermore, the final independent customers identified by the customs authorities were not reported in the ‘List of Customers’ report by the exporter as requested under the Undertaking terms.

F.   RELEVANT UNDERTAKING INVOICES

(28)

The systematic nature of the breaches identified above means that all transactions between Zhejiang Sunflower and its related importer are affected by the breaches. In particular, it would seem, in view of that systemic nature, that potentially all imports by the related importer had the ultimate goal to be used to circumvent the undertaking, by the different techniques identified above. Furthermore, the violations of the reporting obligations render any verification by the Commission of individual transactions very difficult.

(29)

The sales transactions made by Zhejiang Sunflower and its related importer are listed in the following table. For the reason set out in recital 28, all of them were found to be in breach of the undertaking (recitals 23 to 27):

Number of Commercial invoice accompanying goods subject to an undertaking

Date

SUNOWE14047

22.3.2014

SUNOWE14050

19.3.2014

SUNOWE14050-RE

26.3.2014

SUNOWE14175

24.6.2014

SUNOWE14199

23.7.2014

SUNOWE14307-RE

19.11.2014

SUNOWE14308-RE

19.11.2014

SUNOWE14309-RE

19.11.2014

SUNOWE15340

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15341

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15342

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15343

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15344

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15345

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15346

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15347

29.9.2015

SUNOWE13247

13.9.2013

SUNOWE13248

13.9.2013

SUNOWE13249

13.9.2013

SUNOWE13250

13.9.2013

SUNOWE13341

4.11.2013

SUNOWE13342

4.11.2013

SUNOWE13383

3.12.2013

SUNOWE13384

3.12.2013

SUNOWE13385

3.12.2013

SUNOWE13386

3.12.2013

SUNOWE13388

5.12.2013

SUNOWE13397

16.12.2013

SUNOWE13398

16.12.2013

SUNOWE13399

16.12.2013

SUNOWE13407

18.12.2013

SUNOWE13407

18.12.2013

SUNOWE13408

18.12.2013

SUNOWE13409

18.12.2013

SUNOWE13410

18.12.2013

SUNOWE13411

18.12.2013

SUNOWE13412

18.12.2013

SUNOWE13413

18.12.2013

SUNOWE14096

17.4.2014

SUNOWE14143

22.5.2014

SUNOWE14182

24.6.2014

SUNOWE14206

17.7.2014

SUNOWE14224

2.8.2014

SUNOWE14228

9.8.2014

SUNOWE14232

12.8.2014

SUNOWE14249

22.8.2014

SUNOWE14258

28.8.2014

SUNOWE14265

13.9.2014

SUNOWE14266

13.9.2014

SUNOWE14290

20.9.2014

SUNOWE14291

20.9.2014

SUNOWE14307

20.10.2014

SUNOWE14308

20.10.2014

SUNOWE14309

20.10.2014

SUNOWE14406

19.12.2014

SUNOWE14413

23.12.2014

SUNOWE14421

27.12.2014

SUNOWE14427

5.1.2015

SUNOWE15001

9.1.2015

SUNOWE15007

19.1.2015

SUNOWE15136

17.4.2015

SUNOWE15137

17.4.2015

SUNOWE15138

17.4.2015

SUNOWE15139

17.4.2015

SUNOWE15186

12.5.2015

SUNOWE15187

12.5.2015

SUNOWE15188

12.5.2015

SUNOWE15194

19.5.2015

SUNOWE15251

19.6.2015

SUNOWE15251-RE

1.7.2015

SUNOWE15278

6.7.2015

SUNOWE15279

6.7.2015

SUNOWE15280

6.7.2015

SUNOWE15281

6.7.2015

SUNOWE15350

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15351

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15352

8.10.2015

SUNOWE15353

8.10.2015

SUNOWE15421

12.11.2015

SUNOWE15435

17.11.2015

SUNOWE15435

17.11.2015

SUNOWE16023

22.1.2016

SUNOWE16025

27.1.2016

SUNOWE16055

11.3.2016

SUNOWE16056

11.3.2016

SUNOWE16075

23.3.2016

SUNOWE16075

23.3.2016

SUNOWE16076

23.3.2016

SUNOWE16107

8.4.2016

SUNOWE16108

8.4.2016

SUNOWE16119

15.4.2016

SUNOWE16120

15.4.2016

SUNOWE16121

15.4.2016

SUNOWE16128

21.4.2016

SUNOWE16133A

27.4.2016

SUNOWE16134A

27.4.2016

SUNOWE16135A

27.4.2016

SUNOWE16146A

6.5.2016

SUNOWE16147A

6.5.2016

SUNOWE16155A

7.5.2016

SUNOWE16156A

7.5.2016

SUNOWE16228-A

13.6.2016

SUNOWE16229-A

13.6.2016

SUNOWE16260A

29.6.2016

SUNOWE16261A

29.6.2016

SUNOWE16262A

29.6.2016

SUNOWE16263A

29.6.2016

SUNOWE16274A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16275A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16276A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16277A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16278A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16279A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16280A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16281A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16282A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16283A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16284A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16285A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16286A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16287A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16288A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16289A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16289A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16308A

5.8.2016

SUNOWE16309A

5.8.2016

SUNOWE16310A

5.8.2016

SUNOWE16311A

5.8.2016

SUNOWE16312A

5.8.2016

SUNOWE16313A

5.8.2016

SUNOWE16314A

5.8.2016

SUNOWE16315A

5.8.2016

SUNOWE16316A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16317A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16318A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16319A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16320A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16321A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16322A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16323A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16324A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16341

23.8.2016

SUNOWE16342

23.8.2016

SUNOWE16343

23.8.2016

SUNOWE16344

23.8.2016

SUNOWE16345

5.9.2016

SUNOWE16346

5.9.2016

SUNOWE16347

5.9.2016

SUNOWE16354A

13.9.2016

SUNOWE16355A

13.9.2016

SUNOWE16356A

13.9.2016

SUNOWE16357A

13.9.2016

SUNOWE16358A

13.9.2016

SUNOWE16359A

13.9.2016

SUNOWE16370A

27.9.2016

SUNOWE16371A

27.9.2016

SUNOWE16372A

27.9.2016

SUNOWE16373A

27.9.2016

SUNOWE16374A

27.9.2016

SUNOWE16378A

29.9.2016

SUNOWE16379A

29.9.2016

SUNOWE16380A

29.9.2016

SUNOWE16381A

29.9.2016

SUNOWE16382A

29.9.2016

SUNOWE16404A

14.10.2016

SUNOWE16405A

14.10.2016

SUNOWE16406A

14.10.2016

SUNOWE16407A

14.10.2016

SUNOWE16408A

14.10.2016

SUNOWE16415A

21.10.2016

SUNOWE16416A

21.10.2016

SUNOWE16417A

21.10.2016

SUNOWE16418A

21.10.2016

SUNOWE16419A

21.10.2016

SUNOWE16426A

26.10.2016

SUNOWE16427A

26.10.2016

SUNOWE17020A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17021A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17022A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17023A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17024A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17025A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17026A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17027A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17028A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17029A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17030A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17034A

20.2.2017

SUNOWE17035A

20.2.2017

SUNOWE17041A

27.2.2017

SUNOWE17042A

27.2.2017

SUNOWE17044A

28.2.2017

SUNOWE17045A

28.2.2017

SUNOWE17049A

3.3.2017

SUNOWE17050A

3.3.2017

SUNOWE17051A

3.3.2017

SUNOWE17052A

3.3.2017

SUNOWE17053A

3.3.2017

SUNOWE17054A

3.3.2017

SUNOWE17055A

3.3.2017

SUNOWE17056A

3.3.2017

SUNOWE17060A

8.3.2017

SUNOWE17061A

8.3.2017

SUNOWE17103A

10.4.2017

SUNOWE17104A

10.4.2017

SUNOWE17105A

10.4.2017

SUNOWE17150A

10.5.2017

SUNOWE17151A

10.5.2017

SUNOWE17201A

1.6.2017

SUNOWE17202A

1.6.2017

SUNOWE17203A

1.6.2017

SUNOWE17204A

1.6.2017

SUNOWE17255A

1.6.2017

SUNOWE17372A

5.7.2017

SUNOWE17373A

5.7.2017

SUNOWE17374A

5.7.2017

SUNOWE17375A

5.7.2017

SUNOWE17376A

5.7.2017

SUNOWE17573A

23.9.2017

G.   WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS AND HEARINGS

(30)

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.

(31)

The exporting producer, its related importer in the Union and twelve final unrelated customers of the related importer made written submissions.

(32)

Several unrelated customers and the exporting producer and its related importer requested a hearing. Only the exporting producer and its related importer followed up on their request.

(33)

In addition, the lawyer representing the exporting producer and its related importer requested a second hearing with the Commission services in the presence of the Hearing Officer. He was granted the hearing concerning a letter sent to the Commission by a German lawyer representing the exporting producer and its related importer before the national German court. Both the previously mentioned letter and the hearing request were submitted outside the deadline applicable for submitting comments and requesting a hearing respectively.

(34)

Zhejiang Sunflower and its related importer claimed that the Commission cannot invalidate undertaking invoices and order an alleged retroactive collection of duties on past imports of solar panels released into free circulation. According to them, retroactive collection of anti-dumping and countervailing duties without having registered and re-imposed a provisional duty on those imports beforehand would be in violation of Article 8(1), (9) and (10) and Article 10(5) of the basic anti-dumping Regulation and of Article 13(1), (9) and (10) and Article 16(5) of the basic anti-subsidy Regulation.

(35)

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

(36)

The Commission first addressed the claim of alleged retroactivity of the imposition of measures. In this regard, it observed that, according to Article 8(10) of the basic anti-dumping Regulation and Article 13(10) of the basic anti-subsidy Regulation, a provisional duty may be imposed in case where the investigation that led to the undertaking has not been completed. That being said, those provisions do not apply in a scenario such as the present. In the case at hand, the customs authorities of the Member States are charged with invalidating customs invoices that were issued pursuant to a voluntary commitment, by some exporting producers of the product concerned, including Zhejiang Sunflower, for a price undertaking in lieu of the payment of anti-dumping and countervailing duties to remove the injury arising from their dumping practices and unfair subsidization of the product concerned.

(37)

In other words, the present case concerns a case of lifting the temporary non-payment of anti-dumping and countervailing duties, because the conditions for the continuation of that non-payment were no longer found to hold true. As set out in recital 20 et seq, the Commission has received information from the customs authorities of a Member States that evidences that sales of Zhejiang Sunflower to its related importer and subsequent re-sales to the first independent customer were not made in accordance with the conditions of the undertaking.

(38)

The Commission recalls that, pursuant Commission Decision 2013/423/EU, a breach of the conditions of the undertaking can manifest itself in wrong invoices of particular transactions (17). It is those invalid invoices that represent the breach of the conditions of the undertaking. Consequently, it is also those invoices that need to be invalided by the Commission. This ensures that the customs authorities of the Member States collect the full customs debt owed by Zhejiang Sunflower. This is without prejudice of the possibility for customs authorities to collect those duties independently from the formal finding of a breach of the undertaking by the Commission, based on the general rules of Implementing Regulations (EU) No 1238/2013 and (EU) No 1239/2013.

(39)

In this respect, it should be highlighted that Article 3(2)(b) of Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1238/2013 and Article 2(2)(b) of Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1239/2013 recognise the power of the Commission, arising from Article 8(9) of the basic anti-dumping Regulation and Article 13(9) of the basic anti-subsidy Regulation, to not only find a breach of, and withdraw the acceptance of, the undertaking, but also to invalidate the invoices issued pursuant to that undertaking.

(40)

Through that invalidation, the Commission notifies the customs authorities of the Member States that the temporary non-collection of the applicable anti-dumping and countervailing duties is lifted and that the individual duties have to be collected for the imports concerned. In those circumstances, the definitive duties put in place by Articles 9(4) and 14(4) of the basic Regulations kick in and apply.

(41)

That collection of duties that should have been due all along is not a violation of the principle of non-retroactivity, or, for that matter, a violation of the principle of legitimate expectations: Zhejiang Sunflower was subject to a situation not to breach the conditions of the undertaking, and, in return, benefit from the temporary non-collection of the anti-dumping and countervailing duties. Since it did not respect those conditions, it cannot claim to have acquired legitimate expectations from a situation that was capable of being altered under certain circumstances. The claims against the invalidation of invoices were rejected.

(42)

Zhejiang Sunflower and its related importer also claimed that the Commission should not invalidate certain invoices relating to solar panels that were never re-sold to final independent customers since these sales were not in breach of the conditions of the undertaking. They claimed that invoices relating to solar panels used in a solar park built by a related company should not be invalidated since these solar panels were not sold to final independent customers but were instead used in a solar park by the related company. They also claimed that invoices relating to solar panels which remained in inventory until after the expiry of the undertaking or of the measures should not be invalidated since they were not re-sold to a first independent customer. According to the parties, clause 3.1 of the undertaking does not regulate the price charged between two related companies, but only the price charged to the first independent customer. Thus, according to the parties, under clause 3.8 of the undertaking, the MIP applicable to a resale in the Union by a related company to the first independent customer is the MIP applicable at the time of the resale and not the MIP applicable when the related importer imported the solar panels.

(43)

The Commission noted that the sales of solar panels that were allegedly never re-sold to final customers entered the Union and were cleared for free circulation under undertaking invoices and were thus exempted from anti-dumping and countervailing duties. As highlighted in recital 12, the Commission informed the CCCME that exports of solar panels for the building of solar parks (captive sales) constituted a breach of the undertaking. As mentioned in recital 12 this information was disseminated to the exporting producers concerned. Finally, the evidence received from the customs authorities mentioned in recital 20 indicated that, in addition to the unlawfully captive exports, the related companies involved in the construction of solar park also received kickback payments. The claim not to invalidate invoices relating to the construction of solar parks by related companies was, thus, rejected.

(44)

As regards the claim not to invalidate invoices relating to solar panels that were never re-sold to final independent customers, the Commission again highlighted that these imports entered the Union accompanied by undertaking invoices, and were cleared for free circulation without the need to pay the anti-dumping and countervailing duty on the basis of the conditions of the undertaking holding true. Therefore, it cannot be claimed now that those goods are not subject to the undertaking terms.

(45)

In support of the claim, the parties presented an example of a warehousing invoice and an excel table listing some invoices and the corresponding container references. While the parties claim that all documentary evidence can be produced, it has not been submitted. The Commission notes that some of the goods that were allegedly not resold were imported in 2013. This means that the goods are stored for many years. This means that overall for the operations of this company the link between importation and resale transactions is completely broken. In other words, there is no correlation between goods imported and resold. Such system in itself cannot be monitored and creates the risk of speculation with regard to the MIP.

(46)

Furthermore, Zhejiang Sunflower and its related importer base their claim on clause 3.8 of the undertaking. According to that clause, the Re-sale Invoice had to respect the MIP as it stood in the quarter that preceded the date of the Re-Sale Invoice. In their interpretation, this means that if the sale takes place more than one quarter after the entry into force of the repeal Regulation, no MIP for the preceding quarter exists any more. As a result, the related importer would be free to sell at the price it wishes to sell.

(47)

This interpretation of the undertaking cannot be reconciled with the overall structure and spirit of the undertaking (18). Throughout the text of the undertaking, and in particular in clause 3.1 of the undertaking, the exporting producers commit to respect the MIP also in situations where imports are done via a related importer. Hence, there is no doubt that the MIP applies to Resale Invoices at whatever date they are issued. The goods imported under the undertaking remain governed by the terms of the undertaking until they are sold to the first independent customer. Hence, if any Resale Invoice is issued more than one quarter after the entry into force of the repeal Regulation, the MIP of the last quarter continues to apply, as this is the only possible interpretation that reconciles clause 3.8 of the undertaking with the overall structure and spirit of the undertaking, and in particular clause 3.1.

(48)

The Commission also notes that as mentioned in recital 23 Zhejiang Sunflower set up a fraudulent trading system (e.g. kickback payments, fraudulent undervaluation of services) with its related importer in the Union to sell solar panels below the MIP. Hence, all transactions and related invoices for solar panels sold by Zhejiang Sunflower via its related importer onto the Union market are considered to be affected by this fraudulent trading system irrespective of whether they were resold or not to independent customers in the Union.

(49)

In any event, according to the allegation put forward by Zhejiang Sunflower and its related importer, only partial quantities of the relevant undertaking invoices were allegedly still in stock. In other words, partial quantities contained in the relevant invoices were sold to final independent customers in breach of the undertaking and the remaining quantities were allegedly never resold.

(50)

The Commission observed, in reply to that allegation, that all imports of the product concerned cleared through customs and for free circulation in the Union have to satisfy the terms of the undertaking. Consequently, what matters for the purposes of determining the correct customs debt, is whether, in importing the product concerned into the Union, Zhejiang Sunflower and its related importer abided by the terms of the undertaking; in case of violation of the undertaking, the duties become due. As set out in recitals 20 to 22, their sales, insofar as they fall within the undertaking invoices listed in this regulation, did not satisfy those conditions. Accordingly, whether or not the applicable anti-dumping or countervailing duty should be paid on those products does not depend on whether said products were resold to independent customers in the Union or kept in storage: what matters is that the terms of the undertaking voluntarily agreed to by Zhejiang Sunflower were not adhered to. This claim was, thus, rejected.

(51)

One final unrelated customer submitted that it could not identify in its records any of the invoices listed in the Commission's disclosure document. It also claimed that all the solar panels it purchased from Zhejiang Sunflower were respecting the MIP.

(52)

The Commission notes that the evidence collected by the customs authorities of the Member State referred to in recital 20 indicated that this final customer received kickback payments from the related importer in the Union and that the applicable MIP was not respected. Indeed, the unrelated final customer could not identify the invoices listed in the disclosure document since the invoices in recital 28 were issued by Zhejiang Sunflower to its related importer in the Union. These claims were, thus, rejected.

(53)

Another final customer submitted that it was unaware of any trading system set up by the exporting producer and its related importer and that it purchased solar panels directly from the exporting producer above the MIP.

(54)

The evidence received from the customs authorities of the Member State referred to in recital 20 indicated that this customer also received kickback payments thus purchasing solar panels below the applicable MIP. In addition, this final customer was found to be related to the exporting producer and to the company that constructed the solar park. Thus the claims were rejected.

(55)

Nine final unrelated customers claimed that they were unaware of any trading system put in place by the exporting producer and its related importer and that, in their capacity as final unrelated customers and not party to the undertaking, they had no information concerning the applicable MIP levels. Furthermore, they claimed to have never received kickback payments or agreed on other unlawful practices with the exporting producer or its related importer. Finally, they also submitted that they were unable to verify the facts disclosed to them by the Commission since there was no way of allocating the invoices mentioned to specific sales relating to them.

(56)

The Commission disclosed its findings to all the final unrelated customers reported under the undertaking reporting obligations to ensure transparency of the proceeding. The evidence received from the customs authorities mentioned in recital 20 demonstrated that the solar panels imported by the related importer were re-sold systematically in breach of the undertaking. The nine unrelated customers did not provide any evidence to prove that their purchases related to invoices that should be excluded from those listed in recital 28. Therefore, as mentioned in recital 46, the Commission maintained its proposal to invalidate all invoices issued by Zhejiang Sunflower to its related importer in the Union. The claims were therefore rejected.

H.   BREACH OF THE UNDERTAKING AND IMPOSITION OF DEFINITIVE DUTIES

(57)

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 Zhejiang Sunflower breached the undertaking while it was still in force.

(58)

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, Zhejiang Sunflower' invoices listed in recital 28 are declared invalid, and the definitive duties set up pursuant to Articles 9(4) and 14(4) of the basic Regulations should apply.

(59)

It falls to the national customs authorities to assess whether the applicable limitation periods have expired in line with the rules contained in Article 221 of Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 (19) and Article 103 of Regulation (EU) No 952/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council (20). Those rules being substantive rules, their application ratione temporis depends on the date of entry into free circulation of the goods (21).

(60)

The customs debt incurred at the time of acceptance of the declaration for release for free circulation should be recovered and entered in the accounts by the national customs authorities in accordance with Articles 218-220 of Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 and Article 105 of Regulation (EU) No 952/2013.

(61)

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.

(62)

Where the customs authorities of the Member States conclude that there has been such a violation or that the MIP has not been respected, they should collect the duties as a consequence thereof.

(63)

In order to facilitate the work of the customs authorities of the Member States, the Commission should share in such situations the confidential text and other information of the undertaking for the sole purpose of national proceedings on the basis of Article 4(3) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

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 the 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 Zhejiang Sunflower Light Energy Science & Technology Ltd prior to the entry into force of this regulation does not correspond to the price paid and that therefore the company 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 on the day when the undertaking invoice was issued.

2.   Where the verification referred to in paragraph 1 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 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, 6 August 2019.

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) 2018/825 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)  OJ L 325, 5.12.2013, p. 1.

(4)  OJ L 325, 5.12.2013, p. 66.

(5)  OJ L 56, 3.3.2017, p. 1.

(6)  OJ L 56, 3.3.2017, p. 131.

(7)  OJ L 238, 16.9.2017, p. 22.

(8)  Commission Decision 2013/423/EU of 2 August 2013 accepting an undertaking offered in connection with the anti-dumping proceeding concerning imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells and wafers) originating in or consigned from the People's Republic of China (OJ L 209, 3.8.2013, p. 26).

(9)  Commission Implementing Decision 2013/707/EU of 4 December 2013 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 (OJ L 325, 5.12.2013, p. 214).

(10)  OJ L 270, 11.9.2014, p. 6.

(11)  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.

(12)  Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2016/185 of 11 February 2016 extending the definitive anti-dumping duty imposed by Council Regulation (EU) No 1238/2013 on imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells) originating in or consigned from the People's Republic of China to imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells) consigned from Malaysia and Taiwan, whether declared as originating in Malaysia and in Taiwan or no (OJ L 37, 12.2.2016, p. 76).

(13)  Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2016/184 of 11 February 2016 extending the definitive countervailing duty imposed by Council Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1239/2013 on imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells) originating in or consigned from the People's Republic of China to imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells) consigned from Malaysia and Taiwan, whether declared as originating in Malaysia and in Taiwan or not (OJ L 37, 12.2.2016, p. 56).

(14)  OJ C 310, 3.9.2018, p. 4.

(15)  OJ C 310, 3.9.2018, p. 5.

(16)  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 (OJ L 260, 17.10.2018, p. 8).

(17)  Commission Decision 2013/423/EU of 2 August 2013 accepting an undertaking offered in connection with the anti-dumping proceeding concerning imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and key components (i.e. cells and wafers) originating in or consigned from the People's Republic of China, OJ L 209, 3.8.2013, p. 26, recitals 14 and 15.

(18)  Judgment of 2 September 2015, Surmaès, C-127/14, EU:C:2015:522, paragraph 28 and the jurisprudence cited.

(19)  Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of 12 October 1992 establishing the Community Customs Code (OJ L 302, 19.10.1992, p. 1).

(20)  Regulation (EU) No 952/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 October 2013 laying down the Union Customs Code (OJ L 269, 10.10.2013, p. 1).

(21)  Judgement of 23 February 2006, Molenbergnatie NV, C-201/04, ECLI: EU:C:2006:136, paragraph 41.


ANNEX

List of undertaking invoices issued by Zhejiang Sunflower Light Energy Science & Technology Ltd which are declared invalid:

Number of Commercial invoice accompanying goods subject to an undertaking

Date

SUNOWE14047

22.3.2014

SUNOWE14050

19.3.2014

SUNOWE14050-RE

26.3.2014

SUNOWE14175

24.6.2014

SUNOWE14199

23.7.2014

SUNOWE14307-RE

19.11.2014

SUNOWE14308-RE

19.11.2014

SUNOWE14309-RE

19.11.2014

SUNOWE15340

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15341

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15342

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15343

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15344

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15345

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15346

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15347

29.9.2015

SUNOWE13247

13.9.2013

SUNOWE13248

13.9.2013

SUNOWE13249

13.9.2013

SUNOWE13250

13.9.2013

SUNOWE13341

4.11.2013

SUNOWE13342

4.11.2013

SUNOWE13383

3.12.2013

SUNOWE13384

3.12.2013

SUNOWE13385

3.12.2013

SUNOWE13386

3.12.2013

SUNOWE13388

5.12.2013

SUNOWE13397

16.12.2013

SUNOWE13398

16.12.2013

SUNOWE13399

16.12.2013

SUNOWE13407

18.12.2013

SUNOWE13407

18.12.2013

SUNOWE13408

18.12.2013

SUNOWE13409

18.12.2013

SUNOWE13410

18.12.2013

SUNOWE13411

18.12.2013

SUNOWE13412

18.12.2013

SUNOWE13413

18.12.2013

SUNOWE14096

17.4.2014

SUNOWE14143

22.5.2014

SUNOWE14182

24.6.2014

SUNOWE14206

17.7.2014

SUNOWE14224

2.8.2014

SUNOWE14228

9.8.2014

SUNOWE14232

12.8.2014

SUNOWE14249

22.8.2014

SUNOWE14258

28.8.2014

SUNOWE14265

13.9.2014

SUNOWE14266

13.9.2014

SUNOWE14290

20.9.2014

SUNOWE14291

20.9.2014

SUNOWE14307

20.10.2014

SUNOWE14308

20.10.2014

SUNOWE14309

20.10.2014

SUNOWE14406

19.12.2014

SUNOWE14413

23.12.2014

SUNOWE14421

27.12.2014

SUNOWE14427

5.1.2015

SUNOWE15001

9.1.2015

SUNOWE15007

19.1.2015

SUNOWE15136

17.4.2015

SUNOWE15137

17.4.2015

SUNOWE15138

17.4.2015

SUNOWE15139

17.4.2015

SUNOWE15186

12.5.2015

SUNOWE15187

12.5.2015

SUNOWE15188

12.5.2015

SUNOWE15194

19.5.2015

SUNOWE15251

19.6.2015

SUNOWE15251-RE

1.7.2015

SUNOWE15278

6.7.2015

SUNOWE15279

6.7.2015

SUNOWE15280

6.7.2015

SUNOWE15281

6.7.2015

SUNOWE15350

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15351

29.9.2015

SUNOWE15352

8.10.2015

SUNOWE15353

8.10.2015

SUNOWE15421

12.11.2015

SUNOWE15435

17.11.2015

SUNOWE15435

17.11.2015

SUNOWE16023

22.1.2016

SUNOWE16025

27.1.2016

SUNOWE16055

11.3.2016

SUNOWE16056

11.3.2016

SUNOWE16075

23.3.2016

SUNOWE16075

23.3.2016

SUNOWE16076

23.3.2016

SUNOWE16107

8.4.2016

SUNOWE16108

8.4.2016

SUNOWE16119

15.4.2016

SUNOWE16120

15.4.2016

SUNOWE16121

15.4.2016

SUNOWE16128

21.4.2016

SUNOWE16133A

27.4.2016

SUNOWE16134A

27.4.2016

SUNOWE16135A

27.4.2016

SUNOWE16146A

6.5.2016

SUNOWE16147A

6.5.2016

SUNOWE16155A

7.5.2016

SUNOWE16156A

7.5.2016

SUNOWE16228-A

13.6.2016

SUNOWE16229-A

13.6.2016

SUNOWE16260A

29.6.2016

SUNOWE16261A

29.6.2016

SUNOWE16262A

29.6.2016

SUNOWE16263A

29.6.2016

SUNOWE16274A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16275A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16276A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16277A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16278A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16279A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16280A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16281A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16282A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16283A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16284A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16285A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16286A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16287A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16288A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16289A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16289A

11.7.2016

SUNOWE16308A

5.8.2016

SUNOWE16309A

5.8.2016

SUNOWE16310A

5.8.2016

SUNOWE16311A

5.8.2016

SUNOWE16312A

5.8.2016

SUNOWE16313A

5.8.2016

SUNOWE16314A

5.8.2016

SUNOWE16315A

5.8.2016

SUNOWE16316A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16317A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16318A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16319A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16320A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16321A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16322A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16323A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16324A

13.8.2016

SUNOWE16341

23.8.2016

SUNOWE16342

23.8.2016

SUNOWE16343

23.8.2016

SUNOWE16344

23.8.2016

SUNOWE16345

5.9.2016

SUNOWE16346

5.9.2016

SUNOWE16347

5.9.2016

SUNOWE16354A

13.9.2016

SUNOWE16355A

13.9.2016

SUNOWE16356A

13.9.2016

SUNOWE16357A

13.9.2016

SUNOWE16358A

13.9.2016

SUNOWE16359A

13.9.2016

SUNOWE16370A

27.9.2016

SUNOWE16371A

27.9.2016

SUNOWE16372A

27.9.2016

SUNOWE16373A

27.9.2016

SUNOWE16374A

27.9.2016

SUNOWE16378A

29.9.2016

SUNOWE16379A

29.9.2016

SUNOWE16380A

29.9.2016

SUNOWE16381A

29.9.2016

SUNOWE16382A

29.9.2016

SUNOWE16404A

14.10.2016

SUNOWE16405A

14.10.2016

SUNOWE16406A

14.10.2016

SUNOWE16407A

14.10.2016

SUNOWE16408A

14.10.2016

SUNOWE16415A

21.10.2016

SUNOWE16416A

21.10.2016

SUNOWE16417A

21.10.2016

SUNOWE16418A

21.10.2016

SUNOWE16419A

21.10.2016

SUNOWE16426A

26.10.2016

SUNOWE16427A

26.10.2016

SUNOWE17020A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17021A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17022A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17023A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17024A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17025A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17026A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17027A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17028A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17029A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17030A

13.2.2017

SUNOWE17034A

20.2.2017

SUNOWE17035A

20.2.2017

SUNOWE17041A

27.2.2017

SUNOWE17042A

27.2.2017

SUNOWE17044A

28.2.2017

SUNOWE17045A

28.2.2017

SUNOWE17049A

3.3.2017

SUNOWE17050A

3.3.2017

SUNOWE17051A

3.3.2017

SUNOWE17052A

3.3.2017

SUNOWE17053A

3.3.2017

SUNOWE17054A

3.3.2017

SUNOWE17055A

3.3.2017

SUNOWE17056A

3.3.2017

SUNOWE17060A

8.3.2017

SUNOWE17061A

8.3.2017

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10.4.2017

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10.5.2017

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10.5.2017

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1.6.2017

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1.6.2017

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1.6.2017

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