China-US solar panel trade dispute

Global Business

The US has begun a second wave of anti-dumping and anti-subsidy probes into Chinese solar products. On Tuesday, the US government issued preliminary anti-subsidy rulings on Chinese solar panels. Some now fear those may sound the death-knell for Chinese solar panel manufacturers i nthe US market. Ning Hong has the story.

China-US solar panel trade dispute

China-US solar panel trade dispute

Ning Hong reports from Hebei Province where a second wave of US anti-dumping and anti-subsidy probes into Chinese solar products may sound the death-knell for Chinese solar panel manufacturers in the US market.

CCTV’s Phillip Yin interviews Jeffrey Ball, a Scholar-in-Residence from Stanford University on U.S. government’s decision to issue preliminary anti-subsidy rulings on Chinese solar panels.

Jeffrey Ball on anti-subsidy rulings on Chinese solar panels

Jeffrey Ball on anti-subsidy rulings on Chinese solar panels

CCTV's Phillip Yin interviews Jeffrey Ball, a Scholar-in-Residence from Stanford University on U.S. government's decision to issue preliminary anti-subsidy rulings on Chinese solar panels.