February 10, 2012

Must-Read Brief on China Solar Trade Issue

Melanie Hart, CleanTechnica

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The U.S. Department of Commerce next month is expected to issue a critical ruling on one of the biggest trade cases to hit the U.S.-China energy relationship in recent years. Seven U.S.solar companies claim that the Chinese government unfairly subsidizes Chinese solar panel manufacturers to enable those companies to sell their products at below-market prices and drive U.S. competitors out of the market. The seven companies support subsidy and dumping petitions...
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TAGGED: Trade Relations, Government Subsidies, PV Panel, Solar Energy, China Trade War, China


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