SolarWorld Leads Charge Against China

By Portland Business Journal

SolarWorld declared war on China Tuesday, leading a coalition of solar cell and panel manufacturers in filing a complaint with the U.S. Department of Commerce and International Trade Commission claiming unfair practices on the part of Chinese solar manufacturers.

The complaints identifies 200 subsidies that the Chinese government provides its solar industry â¿¿ including cut-rate raw materials such as aluminum and polysilicon, tax exemptions, massive below-market loans and discounts on land, power and water.

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