28 Oct '11, 9am

Digitimes Research: Greater China solar cell spot prices show signs of stabilization

The decline of solar cell spot prices has slowed down this week in the Greater China region due to increased installation demand from Germany as the new subsidy cut of 15% has been finalized in 2012, said Chihheng Liang, an analyst from Digitimes Research. Despite the slower price drop for solar cells, this short-term increase in demand will not be able to clear out inventory, said Liang, adding the backlog problem is still plaguing the industry.

Full article: http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20111028VL201.html

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