China hits back at US in clean tech trade dispute

James S Murray

State media reports Ministry of Commerce is demanding withdrawal of six US renewable energy support schemes

The simmering trade war between the US and China over renewable energy policy intensified yesterday, as Chinese officials accused the US of violating World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules through its support...

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