"Solar Panel Tariff May Further Strain U.S.-China Trade"

"HONG KONG -- Companies that import solar panels to the United States are facing up to $70 million in unexpected tariffs.

The bill comes at a time when the industry is already struggling and could hurt both foreign solar panel makers and foreign and American distributors.

It could also further strain trade relations between the United States and China."

Keith Bradsher reports for the New York Times September 30, 2009.

Friday, October 2, 2009