Trade war settlement pays dividends for European PV manufacturing

The China-EU trade settlement announced in July (see the August 1, 2013 LRSSJ) set a price floor for photovoltaic (PV) modules at €0.56/W ($0.74/W) and an import ceiling of 7 GW/yr of solar products imported from China. Since the announcement some European manufacturers have reported positive rea...

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