The Commerce Department takes action on subsidized wind turbine towers from China

Posted by scapozzola on 05/31/2012

The U.S. Commerce Department has imposed preliminary duties on steel towers from China used in wind turbines.

A Commerce Department investigation found that Chinese manufacturers have received government subsidies ranging from 13.74% to 26% of the cost of production.

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