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a’s photovoltaic products. Export value to Vietnam rose 239 times to $739 million in the fi
rst quarter, taking up 16.8 percent of China’s t
otal photovoltaic export value. With the European Union ending its anti-dumping and anti-subsidy meas
ures, photovoltaic exports from China to Europe a
lso saw large increase in Q1. The country’s photovoltaic products export volume to the Netherlands and Spain increased 1,049.6 percent and 158.3 perc
ectively, in the first quarter, said the report. It predicted that the emerging markets, such as Mexico, Aus tralia, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates will further boost the export of China’s p
hotovoltaic modules. The export of China’s photovoltaic products to the United States dropped 28.9 pe
rcent to just 0.01 GW in the first quarter, the report said. The Section 201, Section 3
eing restored as well. We have no room for even the slightest error,” Song said.
Liu Qingzhu, a cultural heritage expert at the Chin
ese Academy of Social Sciences, said, “In anci ent times, thunderstorms were the biggest threats for wooden architecture. They beca
me much safer after l ighting rods were widely installed. However, the use of electricity in restorations has created a new problem.”
Unlike the stone structures of much ancient architecture in the W
est, wood was the primary building materia
l in ancient China. “If a fire similar to the one at Notre Dame in Paris happened at a Chinese building, the whole building would probably burn down,” Liu said.
Hours after the fire in Paris, the Palace Museum in
Beijing, China’s former imperial palace from 14
20 to 1911 and also known as the Forbidden City, held an eme rgency meeting to go over its fire-prevention efforts. It is the world’s biggest architectural complex made of wood.