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Trade Group Offers Compromise For U.S.-China Solar SpatDoug Young • Sep. 25, 2013
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Tue, May. 20, 7:35 AM
- The U.S. has charged five Chinese military officers for hacking into American nuclear, metal and solar companies to steal trade secrets.
- Companies that the suspects targeted include Alcoa (AA), Allegheny Technologies (ATI), United States Steel (X), Toshiba (TOSBF) unit Westinghouse Electric, the U.S. operations of SolarWorld (SRWRD), and a steel workers' union.
- Officials said the firms suffered "significant" losses, although they declined to provide details.
- Alcoa said that to its knowledge, "no material information was compromised."
- The U.S. probably won't be able to prosecute the officers, as China is unlikely to hand them over.
- The charges come amid long-running tension between the U.S. and China over cyber-espionage. Documents leaked by Edward Snowden show that the U.S. has tampered with Cisco-made equipment that was for sales overseas.
Nov. 26, 2013, 12:41 PM
- SolarWorld (SRWRY) will acquire Bosch Solar Energy, the solar cell and module manufacturing ops of Bosch, including the cell and manufacturing in Arnstadt, Germany. The solar ops have ~800 employees and a combined capacity of ~900MW.
- The acquisition will boost SolarWorld's annual production to over 1GW, making it the largest solar producer outside of China according to the company. The acquisition expected to be completed in Feb.
- The industry has struggled amid a deluge of supply from Chinese manufacturers, which caused Bosch to start shopping the business in March after it had bled €2.4B in losses since its creation in 2008. SolarWorld itself is undergoing a major restructuring that could see Qatar's investment authority take a 29% stake in the group, Reuters reports.
Oct. 19, 2011, 8:29 PMA group of U.S. solar panel manufacturers file formal trade complaints with the U.S. Commerce Department against China, alleging massive illegal subsidies. In a statement, the newly-formed Coalition for American Solar Manufacturing says “Artificially low-priced solar products from China are crippling the domestic industry.” | 16 Comments
Sep. 21, 2011, 10:49 AMAs solar panel prices continue to tumble, and help take down solar stocks in the process, the CEO of Germany's SolarWorld (SRWRY.PK) is decrying Chinese competition as unfair, claiming massive government loan guarantees have triggered a price war. Of course, SolarWorld has applied for some government loans of its own. | 1 Comment
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