China's 12th Five-Year Plan calls for major capacity expansions despite downturn

Even though some Chinese solar suppliers – Suntech Power is a notable example (see the February 2, 2012 LRSSJ) – have frozen capacity expansions due to slow growth in demand, China is reportedly pushing its top solar companies to expand. As per the 12th Five-Year Plan, the country wants key domestic...

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