Fascinating one page article and story in Businessweek (click HERE) from Evergreen Solar CEO, Michael El-Hillow that touches on some differences between the US and China re: fiscal policies, tax breaks, regulatory environments and approaches, and industrial policy. I know very little about this firm, it’s product or the industry. What are you seeing out there on this topic? And your thoughts and feedback on this article? Is this his problem? Your problem? My problem? Other? If you don’t like what you are seeing here, what is your solution and does it stand a chance politically of being successfully implemented?
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