Chinese solar module firms are now reportedly willing to extend payment periods to 120-180 days,...
Chinese solar module firms are now reportedly willing to extend payment periods to 120-180 days, as they do whatever they can to reel in new business in the face of weak demand and (soon) U.S. tariffs. That's a good reason to keep an eye on the accounts receivable figures of Chinese solar vendors, who rallied on Tuesday after the Chinese government quadrupled its 2015 solar installation target.
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