Chinese investment funds shore up major poly manufacturers

Over the past few weeks, the Chinese government has taken more aggressive steps to shore up the financial position of key polysilicon producers, which have been struggling due to the price collapse of polysilicon over the past year. First, on November 17, LDK Solar announced that it had sold a 15% s...

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