U.S. close to decision on Chinese solar panels, Reuters reports

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Solar panel producers in the U.S. have already won preliminary duties on billions of dollars of solar panel imports from China, and they now appear poised to win longer-term relief as the U.S. government makes its final decisions, reports Reuters. The high-profile case will mostly turn on whether the U.S. International Trade Commission finds U.S. manufacturers have been "materially injured," or are threatened with material injury, by the imports, says Reuters.

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