JinkoSolar Still Competitive in US market With 10-Cent Panel Tariff

15 March 2012 by

BLOOMBERG - JinkoSolar Holding Co. (JKS) can remain competitive with global manufacturers if the U.S. government sets an import tariff of 10 cents a watt on solar panels produced in China.

If the U.S. does decide to levy Chinese imports, “we are hoping the tariff would be 10 cents a watt,” Isabelle Christensen, director of North American operations for the Jiangxi, China-based solar panel maker, said in an interview at Bloomberg’s San Francisco office yesterday. “If that happens, we would still be competitive.”


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