PV-Tech Newscast – November 25, 2011

Ten tier-1 China-based PV manufacturers have issued quarterly results this week. This PV-Tech Newscast edition's special feature covers the pivotal developments and trends emanating from these results and ensuing management discussions. We also cover the latest important twist in the US vs. China trade dispute, as well as a new assessment of the health of PV companies by Bank Sarasin and fast-emerging PV markets in Asia, which are expected to provide significant growth over the coming years. Companies: Bank Sarasin, Canadian Solar, CASM, China Sunergy, Conergy, First Solar, GE, Hanergy, Hanwha SolarOne, IMS Research, JinkoSolar, LDK Solar, NPD Solarbuzz, Phoenix Solar, Q-Cells, ReneSola, Sharp, ShowaShell, Solar-Fabrik, SolarWorld, Suntech, Sunways, Trina Solar, Yingli Green.

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