subsidies

Can the solar industry survive without subsidies?
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A LITTLE over a decade ago, when JinkoSolar, a Shanghai-based company, entered the solar business, it was such a novice that when it visited international trade fairs, all it had was a bare table and a board with its name scribbled on it. But it also had luck, a technological edge and lots of public […]

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A WTO ruling on aircraft subsidies raises the risk of a tariff war
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THE manufacture of airliners may be the world’s most globalised industry. Only two firms make big civil jets: Boeing of America and Airbus of Europe. Most of their revenues—55% for Boeing and 70% for Airbus—are earned outside their home territory. Both source parts from dozens of countries. But a ruling by the World Trade Organisation […]

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America’s Republicans take aim at mortgage subsidies
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IN THE 1980s Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan were both proud of their efforts to expand home ownership. In Britain, Thatcher presided over a fire sale of state-owned homes to tenants. In America, Reagan deregulated financial markets and expanded mortgage lending. At the time both countries provided generous mortgage-related tax breaks, making it easier to […]

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Part 2: Health law misconceptions cover policies, subsidies and penalties
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An individual who works 30 hours a week or more for an employer of any size that offers health insurance that meets the ACA's affordability and minimum coverage requirements is NOT eligible for a subsidy, regardless of their income. This does not mean …

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