The hottest pressure on China's wind power policy,

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A spokesman for the U.S. trade representative office said recently that China has agreed to stop providing subsidies to wind power enterprises that use domestic rather than imported components, which are widely used in aerospace and automobile manufacturing. Experts said that the move by the United States is intended to seize the commanding height of global new energy, and may further pressure China to reduce wind energy subsidies. On its website, USA Today quoted us trade representative Kirk as saying that China had agreed to stop providing subsidies of US $6million to US $22million. Kirk also said that this would help provide a fair environment for clean technology enterprises and workers in the United States

SHEN Hongwen, a researcher in the new energy industry of CIC, pointed out that the United States is currently urging China to cancel wind energy procurement subsidies precisely to enhance the competitiveness and sales of American wind power enterprises and drive the development of their wind power industry. "The United States is about to enter the 2012 election cycle, and the Obama administration is facing the pressure of a new term. Therefore, whether it can succeed in foreign trade negotiations can play a role in its re-election." Miao Yingchun said that if Obama's economic policy cannot bring the U.S. economy out of the shadow, the economic high-speed rail plan will greatly speed up, and the development of China's waterproof coating market will become a huge stumbling block in his election campaign

the U.S. government hopes to find an engine to guide the economy out of the trough, and new energy is regarded by the Obama administration as a new growth point of the U.S. economy, and it is extremely important for it to seize the commanding height of global new energy. In the past two years, with the continuous development of China's wind power industry, the U.S. market has more and more restrictions on China. Statistics show that by the end of 2010, China's total installed capacity of wind power has surpassed that of the United States, ranking first in the world. However, Shi Pengfei, vice chairman of the wind energy professional committee of the China Renewable Energy Society, said that China lags behind developed countries in terms of both the per capita wind power and the proportion of wind power in the national economy

Song Liang, an analyst at the China business circulation Productivity Promotion Center, believes that American wind power enterprises may hope to establish wind power installation parts enterprises in China in the form of joint ventures, and even further become the mainstream of China's wind power installation market. "However, China's wind power installation enterprises have strong self digestion ability. In the long run, the cancellation of procurement subsidies will not have a great impact on the industry." Song Liang said

usb charging equipment has become a major consumption feature in recent years. The industry generally believes that it is unfair for China and the United States to stop providing subsidies to wind power enterprises. Song Liang pointed out that it would be unfair to Chinese enterprises if the United States did not remove the barriers to the development of China's new energy industry while China cut subsidies. Therefore, the follow-up development of this news remains to be seen

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