Chinese solar module companies look to finance and build projects in China

Indications of solar market weakness in Europe continue, potential future policy changes in leading markets like Germany sit on the horizon, and looming trade concerns in the U.S. continue to sit over China's numerous module manufacturers. Not surprisingly, they are now making moves to shore up dome...

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