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USTR Panel Shows Interest in Solar Tariff Alternative

A divided U.S. solar industry had its last chance to sway President Trump’s decision on solar tariffs at a hearing in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday. More than 60 witnesses testified in a cramped conference room at the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) during a final, eight-hour public hearing on the Section 201 trade case. The USTR is tasked with advising the president on how to handle the controversial trade remedies recommended by the U.
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