SolarWorld taking desperate measures to avoid insolvency

SolarWorld's CEO, Frank Asbeck, confirmed the company is speaking with Qatari investors about taking a stake in the company. The CEO has yet to disclose the investor, but the company's relationship with Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec) makes it a likely candidate. The announcement will be made du...

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