When Suntech Power defaulted on loans and wasn't bailed out by the Chinese government there was hope that it would lead to consolidation in the Chinese solar market. Today, that doesn't appear to be the case after Yingli Green Energy received another $165 million in loans from a state-run bank. The Motley Fool's Erin Miller sat down with Fool.com contributor Travis Hoium to see what the implications are for the industry.
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