ITC rules in favor of U.S. solar panel producers

Posted by scapozzola on 11/07/2012

The United States International Trade Commission (ITC) has determined that subsidies by China practices have been harming the domestic U.S. solar industry, meaning that tariffs of roughly 24 to 36 percent on most solar panels imported from China can go forward.

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