Chinese regulation bans scrap and virgin polysilicon imports starting August 1, threatening shortage

Last week, we heard rumors coming out of China of an impending polysilicon shortage – surprising, given the vast amount of capacity coming online over the next year. However, a conversation with a good contact at a silicon procurement company in China noted that a new decree by the Ministry of Envir...

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