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  1. impairement of 100 M for 1 sale/RESTpaiment(s), in China)wow, 350MW restant in china alone, that's must be a restant of? more as the market capital of csiq)) ok, dubios statement from QU, but if the dark side is located in china, the bright side from japan....only a help? what do you think about: https://www.reuters.com/companies/9284.T/charts
  2. "And so according to the U.S. GAAP and our finance department worked together with Deloitte and the needed evaluation of the situation on certain projects, and one of the project we have a write-off on the balance of payment......as the reason for the devaluation of the project pipeline..." hum, aparent it's done, no trick)
  3. merci , but i am stil confus) maybe not related at all? with: "Non-cash depreciation and amortization charges in the third quarter of 2019 were $37.0 million, compared to $39.7 million in the second quarter of 2019 and $32.5 million in the third quarter of 2018. " But!: "In addition, our 796 MWp portfolio of solar power plants under operation has an estimated resale value of approximately $900 million."-in Q2 was 1 B is -100 MIl not significant? or you mean impairement of NON operational projects? hum, you say it is a problem but QU.. "Okay. So first of all, I want to say that our exposure in China is still lower. So the short-term fluctuation in China market has a minimum impact on our business."
  4. please escuse my english, it's underbasis) eps-modell:i are all ready in the history of earnings(not so bad)), so probably full in model account.the outstanding FiT receivables are going back some years now.i hoped that the restant problem is capsuleted in the "SEC-conform" write downs/balance sheet. correction: i hope) are the outstanding FiT receivables realy lost in space, or only in time? ok, the FIT-Sistem/Fond is actual in trouble but the Chinese State Grid ? they have to pay, the Fond is only a vehicle. Hope in time displaced?
  5. Klothilde "Yes, terrific news, but how about the 350MW of operating plants in China? Will those be sold at a loss similar to the one incurred by Shunfeng with their plants" but :"A key factor in SFCE’s mounting debt have been long delays in receiving FiT payments for electricity generation from the Chinese State Grid. SFCE has outstanding FiT receivables of approximately RMB 3,069 million (US$436 million) going back almost two years. " so -100M, 50% write down, + 436 M= +...!, ore are the FIT "forever lost" ???
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