March 20, 2012

Just Say No to Chinese Solar Panel Tariffs

Tom Gutierrez, Christian Science Monitor


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Growing up in a family of migrant farm workers, I learned early on that, in order to succeed, you have to work harder and smarter than others, and you have to stand on your own two feet. Now I’m the CEO of GT Advanced Technologies, a leading global provider of advanced production equipment and technology for manufacturers in the solar energy and LED industries.

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