Chinese crystalline silicon manufacturers show signs of weakness

Over the course of the solar shakeout, prominent industry news has centered around U.S. and European manufacturers struggling to keep up with Chinese crystalline silicon (x-Si) manufacturers. Chinese manufacturers have utilized low labor costs and unrelenting government support to scale up productio...

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