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Solyndra  has filed for bankruptcy and laid off 1100 workers. It's being investigated by Republicans in Congress and the FBI.

Can US Solar Companies Compete with Cheaper Chinese Rivals?

Solyndra has filed for bankruptcy and laid off 1100 workers. It's being investigated by Republicans in Congress and the FBI.

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