March 22, 2012

U.S. Wimps Out, China Still American Solar King

Nigam Arora, Forbes


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U.S. solar panel manufacturers are now out of luck, thanks to Washington. President Obama has been talking loudly about cracking down on unfair Chinese trade practices. Mitt Romney is even louder about getting tough on Chinese trade manipulation. The U.S. Department of Commerce does not agree. . .

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TAGGED: Economy, Tariffs, China, Solar Energy, Forbes

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