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Leonora Walet

China to probe U.S., South Korean solar materials imports

Jul 20 2012

BEIJING/HONG KONG China will open investigations into imported U.S. and South Korean solar-grade polysilicon, the country's trade ministry said on Friday, in the latest instance of growing tensions between major solar manufacturers.

China to probe U.S., South Korean solar materials imports

Jul 20 2012

BEIJING/HONG KONG China will open investigations into imported U.S. and South Korean solar-grade polysilicon, the country's trade ministry said on Friday, in the latest instance of growing tensions between major solar manufacturers.

China to investigate U.S., South Korean solar materials imports

Jul 20 2012

BEIJING/HONG KONG China will open investigations into imported U.S. and South Korean solar-grade polysilicon, the country's trade ministry said on Friday, in the latest instance of growing tensions between major solar manufacturers.

China to investigate U.S., South Korean solar materials imports

Jul 20 2012

BEIJING/HONG KONG China will open investigations into imported U.S. and South Korean solar-grade polysilicon, the country's trade ministry said on Friday, in the latest instance of growing tensions between major solar manufacturers.

China to investigate U.S., South Korean solar materials imports

Jul 20 2012

BEIJING/HONG KONG China will open investigations into imported U.S. and South Korean solar-grade polysilicon, the country's trade ministry said on Friday, in the latest instance of growing tensions between major solar manufacturers.

Japan approves renewable subsidies in shift from nuclear power

Jun 18 2012

TOKYO Japan approved on Monday incentives for renewable energy that could unleash billions of dollars in clean-energy investment and help the world's third-biggest economy shift away from a reliance on nuclear power after the Fukushima disaster.

Japan approves renewable subsidies in shift from nuclear power

Jun 17 2012

TOKYO Japan approved on Monday incentives for renewable energy that could unleash billions of dollars in clean-energy investment and help the world's third-biggest economy shift away from a reliance on nuclear power after the Fukushima disaster.

Falling prices to kill off half of Chinese LED chipmakers

May 27 2012

HONG KONG In China, surplus capacity and sliding prices are sounding the death knell for half of the companies making light emitting diode (LED) chips used in Samsung television panels and Sharp computer monitors, with only the large, state-backed players likely to pull through.

Analysis - Falling prices to kill off half of Chinese LED chipmakers

May 27 2012

HONG KONG In China, surplus capacity and sliding prices are sounding the death knell for half of the companies making light emitting diode (LED) chips used in Samsung television panels and Sharp computer monitors, with only the large, state-backed players likely to pull through.

Analysis: Falling prices to kill off half of Chinese LED chipmakers

May 27 2012

HONG KONG In China, surplus capacity and sliding prices are sounding the death knell for half of the companies making light emitting diode (LED) chips used in Samsung television panels and Sharp computer monitors, with only the large, state-backed players likely to pull through.

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