"The U.S. International Trade Commission agreed in a unanimous vote today that Chinese solar manufacturers have benefited from illegal subsidies from its government and sold products at less than fair value, the final decision in more than a year-long trade tussle."
"China responded with its own trade investigations. China’s trade ministry said in July it would investigate whether U.S. and South Korean suppliers sold solar-grade polysilicon below cost. A month later, China said the U.S. received subsidies for six renewable energy projects that violated free trade rules. Penalties were not issued in that case."Read »