Reports: EU poised to scrap Chinese solar imports price controls

BusinessGreen staff
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Reuters reports EU is prepared to let Minimum Import Price controls lapse from next month

The European solar development sector could be about to receive a major boost, following reports the EU is prepared to let controversial trade controls designed to push up the cost of Chinese solar panels...

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