Potential tariffs talk likely to form the glass ceiling for U.S. solar industry

Following Solarworld’s trade dispute filing and its request to regulate Chinese solar module imports by imposing tariffs/duties on them, companies such as JA Solar and LDK have already alluded to looking for alternate options. Both companies have alluded to actively looking for alternate markets to ...

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