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The Need for Liberal PV Markets from an Economic Perspective

Nov 30th, 2011 | By

Restrictive Trade Measures Will Drive Up PV Product Prices and Result in Delayed Achievement of Economical and Environmental Objectives Any restrictive trade measures resulting in levy of tariffs on imported Chinese PV products will inevitably drive up prices for companies that purchase PV panels and components, seriously hit their business development and may also slow
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The Impact of Restrictive Trade Measures on Global Climate

Nov 30th, 2011 | By

Affordable PV Products from China Benefit the Global Climate and Help Saving Greenhouse Gases whilst Reaching Environmental Objectives Worldwide  A liberal international PV market is crucial to the cause of global environmental protection, as competitive prices ensure large-scale deployment globally of eco-friendly PV technology Made in China. Higher PV products and panel prices would also
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Political Implications of Measures Hampering Free Trade on the Global PV Markets

Nov 30th, 2011 | By

Grid Parity as a Political Objective Can Be Reached Earlier if PV Product Prices Remain Competitive Thanks to Chinese Suppliers Declining PV product prices and competitive panel prices will help achieve grid parity even earlier than initially scheduled and thus further drive competitiveness of renewable PV energy in Europe compared to conventional methods of power
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The Impact of Trade Barriers on Innovation and Development of the Global PV Markets

Nov 30th, 2011 | By

Market Growth of Chinese PV Product Exports Results from Competitive Advantages, Not Dumping or Illicit Subsidies Growth of Chinese PV product exports worldwide results from competitive advantages on the market, not dumping or subsidies: This fact is underlined by several Chinese PV suppliers taking top rankings in the latest global PV industry sustainable growth index
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