September 16, 2011

No Cheers in Latest China Green Energy War

Eric Rosenbaum, TheStreet.com


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American Superconductor(AMSC_) said it had no choice but to sue Chinese wind giant Sinovel for intellectual property theft, but that doesn't leave investors with much of a choice when it comes to shares of the technology company and former supplier to China's largest wind turbine maker. . .

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