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Suzlon to export China-made wind turbines next year

Suzlon to export China-made wind turbines next year
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First Published: Thu, Sep 15 2011. 02 17 PM IST
Updated: Thu, Sep 15 2011. 02 17 PM IST
Dalian: Indian wind turbine maker Suzlon could begin exporting Chinese-assembled turbines to third countries as early as next year, the chairman of the company said on Thursday.
With the company expecting a 40% increase in global revenue this fiscal year, Suzlon is also seeking a Chinese joint-venture partner to produce large turbines in China for the Chinese market, Tulsi Tanti said in an interview at the World Economic Forum in Dalian.
Suzlon, the world’s fifth-largest wind turbine manufacturer, builds 2-megawatt wind turbines in Tianjin and exports components from China for their assembly at the company’s facilities in India, the United States and Germany.
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