mdd0127 wrote: The fact that their government is subsidizing their alternative energy industries so heavily that it makes it impossible for honest business in other countries to compete should be dealt with immediately.
Boycott disposable, unsustainable items and items from countries that interfere with free, honest trade and you might be able to live as an independent person in a free country with a variety of jobs to choose from in ten years.
mettleramiel wrote: People will always want to buy things for less and many people will sacrifice quality to get that lower price. China has found a way to capitolize on that basic human truth, good for them!
mettleramiel wrote: but what would happen to China? Don't Chinese people need to make a living too?
mettleramiel wrote:So then I guess every business that get's subsidized by their government is dishonest and should be "dealt with immediately?" Every country that can afford to subsidizes some industries even if they export it. The US subsidizes corn, Canada its lumber, should they be stopped before the whole world ends up working for one of their governments?
A Democratic senator on Thursday urged President Barack Obama to use U.S. trade laws to restrict surging imports of solar panels from China in a sign that high U.S. unemployment is increasing trade tensions.
AmpEater wrote:...rich US investors
Hillhater wrote:Australia's last Solar panel manufacturer closed down operations this week !
The industry has been destroyed by farcical government policy's which offered huge rebates to stimulate the industry ( but also encouraged huge amounts of Chinese made imports), then cut the rebates, leaving containers full of overstocked panels everywhere, and a manufacturing industry with no customers.
In a country with more Sun and open space than most, no solar industry is a tragedy.
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