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  • Chinese companies like Suntech, Yingli and Trina Solar hold a dominant position in the U.S. solar market.



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    The Commerce Department said on Tuesday that it would impose tariffs on solar panels imported from China after concluding that the Chinese government provided illegal export subsidies to manufacturers there.

    The tariffs were smaller, at 2.9 to 4.73
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    Chinese companies like Suntech, Yingli and Trina Solar hold a dominant position in the U.S. solar market. [img width="190" height="694" title="Energy From-the-Sun-By-Way-of-China-articleInline" caption=""]http://library-trefis.s3.amazonaws.com/504-energy_from-the-sun-by-way-of-china-articleinline.jpg[/img] Clipped from nytimes.com using the Trefis clipping tool: The Commerce Department said on Tuesday that it would impose tariffs on solar panels imported from China after concluding that the Chinese government provided illegal export subsidies to manufacturers there. The tariffs were smaller, at 2.9 to 4.73 ... Read more



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