LDK lowers Q4 2008 revenue forecast and factory expansion plans

This week, leading crystalline silicon wafer and ingot manufacturer LDK Solar revised its Q4 2008 guidance due to the financial crisis, and lowered its estimated revenue to $425 million to $435 million from the previously announced $555 million to $565 million. The company lowered its shipment proje...

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