January 17, 2013

China Wind Industry Next in U.S. Crosshairs

Kenneth Rapoza, Forbes


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China wants to become a leader in alternative sources of energy, both as an end user and product developer. But it’s biggest obstacle these days is not its own government, or cheaper competition from coal. It’s Washington DC.

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