Wave of Chinese polysilicon announcements may be old-fashioned real estate flipping

On our call this week with Elkem Solar, we heard a very interesting tidbit indeed. Apparently, the Chinese government is subsidizing the purchase of industrial land – equipped with attractive electricity and rail connections – if it is intended for construction of a polysilicon plant. We’ve heard in...

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