India has recommended imposing a 25 percent safeguard duty on solar cells from China and Malaysia, saying the overseas supplies have caused or threatened “serious injury” to domestic manufacturers.
Apple Inc., expanding its environmental efforts, announced a $300 million fund to promote clean energy in China.
The iPhone maker said it’s creating the fund to boost the use of renewable energy in its supply chain, which is primarily spread across regions in China.
Shares of Tesla were rallying overnight, up more than 2 per cent, after a report said the electric-car maker was planning to build a factory in China that could produce 500,000 vehicles a year. That would double Tesla’s production and likley bring new opportunities for ASX-listed battery metals producers.
More than 110 Chinese companies attended a seminar here on business opportunities in the solar sector in India aimed at wooing Chinese manufacturers to invest in India, an embassy statement said on Tuesday.
The US today announced beginning the process of imposing tariffs of 10 per cent on an additional USD 200 billion of Chinese imports, intensifying the trade war between world’s two largest economies.
How do you solve a problem like US foreign policy? It’s a question two of the world’s largest oil consumers will have to wrestle with over the next four months — and their answers will define the global trade in oil.
Chinese solar power company ZNShine PV-Tech Co Ltd, or ZNShine Solar, has won an order for the supply of 37.5 MW of photovoltaic (PV) modules to India’s Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (NSE:BHEL).
As the US celebrates its 242nd Independence Day today, the global order it has dominated for many decades is again being transformed. Earlier transformations saw US influence alternately increase
China will cut coal consumption, boost electric vehicle sales and shut more outdated steel and coke capacity in the coming three years, the State Council said in a long-awaited 2018 to 2020 pollution action plan published on Tuesday.
Malaysia’s government has said a major China-backed rail link project can only be viable with a “drastic” price reduction by the Chinese contractor as the actual cost of the venture is 81 billion ringgit (USD 20 billion).