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China Wind Energy Market Competes Globally, Despite Slowing Domestic Growth
2012 marks yet another significant trend beyond just domestic growth. Just five years ago, China was widely perceived as mainly an equipment exporter, with product quality that did not necessarily meet international standards. In 2012, however, major Chinese wind players like XEMC, Ming Yang and Sinovel (among others) announced large foreign projects in important global emerging markets, and Chinese developers and manufacturers competed globally in terms of both quality and scale, engaging in acquisitions and sales all along the value chain.
FIGURE: China Wind Installed Capacity, 2004-2012, Forecast to 2020
Source: China Wind Market Quarterly: Q4 2012
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