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Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd. Message Board

  • foo_man_shoe foo_man_shoe May 8, 2013 4:32 PM Flag

    How can Chinese solars survive with a 47% tariff on goods going to the EU?

    Answer me that longs!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • Oh!! excuse me I didn't include Japan in my last reply to U, Big solar growth there. If U really think solar is out then U need to look out your window and around town .Firehouses, Schools, factories, Large homes,are converting away from fossil fuels . We are not only past the question of, is solar a viable source. We are now at the point of no return. Good luck and watch YGE 's Action today not getting in down here is a big mistake!!

    • EU countries are full of public debts ; the request for solar PV should down dramatically with or without tariff. On the contrary of emerging countries and particularly China. Good luck to US and European solar companies for their future sales in these countries...

    • I'm long because Reality is, Yge still has strong ties in Eu Dispite the strong tariff Yge has a quality product. So doesn't mean that they will loss all business there! Then china will have a 30% growth in solar this yr. A big new exposure in south America and North America .YGE has the backing of its government indorsing it as one of the companies that will survive .Meaning that there will be less competition in the near term .A lot of Business from suntech and maybe LDK will be on the the plate of the survivers.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

      • 1 Reply to vitale.robert
      • The results of 2012 signal a turning point that will have profound implications in the coming years,” said EPIA President Winfried Hoffmann. “The global PV market is shifting from one driven mostly by Europe to one that also depends on countries around the world with varying degrees of solar potential and the political will to exploit it.” Hoffmann added: “But some things will not change. Even in challenging times, the prospects going forward for solar PV – a clean, safe and infinitely renewable power source – remain solid, especially the medium- to long-term. The main questions are how and where continued PV growth will occur, and how committed policymakers are to making it happen.”

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