- Category: US
20 Mar 2012
- Published on Tuesday, 20 March 2012 20:39
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Raising issues from the general stability of the solar power industry to delays in solar power adoption, a number of Chinese solar manufacturers expressed their opposition to the United States Department of Commerce’s decision to impose new import fees on China-made solar panels. Nan Cunhui, chairman of Zhejiang-based Chint Group Corporation, said the decision would “wreak havoc” on the industry. "The impact of the ruling will be very severe, if not devastating. Those small domestic producers who are manufacturing products under another company's brand are more vulnerable to the impact [of the ruling]."
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