How Has Trina Solar’s Revenue Mix Changed Over The Last 5 Years?

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Trina Solar‘s (NYSE:TSL) European business has declined considerably, on account of trade barriers, economic headwinds and subsidy cuts for solar installations. However, the company’s sales to China, the United States and other parts of the world have picked up, driven by falling panel ASPs and government incentives.


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