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  • Last update: Friday 12 October 2012 [4 news items]

Trade barriers bad for solar industry: Q&A with Phoenix Solar president and CEO Murray Cameron

Oct 12, 11:07

The US government announced the final verdict of the anti-dumpig and anti-subsidy investigation against China-based solar firms on October 10, 2012. At PV Taiwan 2012, Digitimes had...

Murray Cameron, president and CEO of Phoenix Solar

Gintech reports drastic drop in September revenues

Oct 9, 10:41

Taiwan-based solar cell maker Gintech has reported September revenues of NT$742 million (US$25 million), an on-month decrease of 39.67% and an on-year decrease of 52.98%. Accumulated...

Wen-Whe Pan, president and COO of Gintech

Neo Solar Power sees falling September revenues

Oct 5, 15:35

Taiwan-based solar cell maker, Neo Solar Power (NSP), has reported September revenues of NT$764 million (US$26 million), representing an on-month decrease of 28.71% and an on-year...

Industry consolidation dominates PV Taiwan 2012 forum

Oct 5, 10:52

The topic of industry consolidation has dominated the forum at PV Taiwan 2012, currently taking place at the Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC). According to Quincy Lin, chairman of...

PV Taiwan 2012 forum
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