China's largest wind turbine manufacturer Goldwind is considering more projects abroad in order to show that the company's technology can compete globally. The goal is to increase sales and win market shares.
The company, which competes with players such as Denmark's Vestas on the Chinese market, is weighing up whether or not to use its own developed wind farms to show off its new turbines on new markets, reports Bloomberg News.
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