The unfolding Suntech saga

Last week, Chinese tier-1 module supplier Suntech Power announced that it had ousted its chairman of the board (and founder and former CEO) Zhengrong Shi amidst financial discussions to restructure its debt with the Bank of China. The board of lenders from the bank had agreed to lend more money t...

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