Most affected by the pressure of borrowing costs,

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Affected by the pressure from Japan on January 14, 2017, China's photovoltaic stock prices fell one after another

due to concerns that China's implementation of the new loan policy will increase the borrowing costs of the world's largest solar energy enterprises, Suntech Power and LDK fell one after another

Suntech Power, the world's largest manufacturer of solar panels, fell 2.1% to US $2.79, a new low since March 12; LDK, the world's second largest silicon wafer manufacturer, fell 3.3% to US $3.49, a new low since November 29, 2011; Trinasolar, the world's third largest manufacturer of solar panels, fell 3.1% to 6.544.3 US dollars, a new low since December 19, 2011; Solar cell/module manufacturer CLP photovoltaic power fell 7.6% to $1.69

hari Chandra polavarapu, an analyst at Auriga USA, said that if the policy of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to improve non bank lending activities is formally implemented, the borrowing costs of solar energy enterprises will increase

he said that China's banking system has lent huge funds to local solar energy companies. If the government decides to tighten the regulation of banks, these banks must raise the lending interest rate for solar energy enterprises. According to a broadcast report from China, Wen Jiabao said: "as for the financing cost, in fact, I frankly say that it is too easy for our banks to make profits. Why? A few big banks are in a monopoly position and can only get loans from them. It is very difficult elsewhere."

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