Yingli stakes claim for title of world's largest solar firm

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Chinese manufacturer reports total shipments for 2012 beat expectations, making the company the world’s largest provider of solar panels

Solar technology giant Yingli has this week laid claim to the title of world's largest solar PV manufacturer, after reporting that its output for 2012 narrowly beat expectations. The China-based company...

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