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Chinese company launches wind energy project in Pakistan

Islamabad, June 27 (IANS) A Chinese company is setting up a 50-megawatt wind energy project in Pakistan's Sindh province at an estimated cost of $120 million, while having plans to launch nine such projects in future.

Jun 26 2013, 9:54pm CDT | by

Chinese company launches wind energy project in Pakistan
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Islamabad, June 27 — A Chinese company is setting up a 50-megawatt wind energy project in Pakistan's Sindh province at an estimated cost of $120 million, while having plans to launch nine such projects in future.

Hydro-China International Engineering Company Limited has vowed to set up a 50-megawatt wind energy project in the province's Gharo area, reported the Online news agency citing Wang Youngqiang, the company's vice president.

The project would be a symbol of China-Pakistan friendship and it would start functioning by June 2015, said Wang, adding that the company had plans to initiate nine more such projects of same frequency in Pakistan.

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