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The New York Times featured an interesting article on Suzlon Energy and the growing demand for wind energy in developing nations, specifically India, as part of their Energy Challenge series. The article suggests that Suzlon Energy may serve as an example how,
"a company can prosper by tackling the special needs of a developing country. It presents a way of serving expanding energy needs without relying quite so much on coal, the fastest-growth fossil fuel now but also the most polluting. And Suzlon’s future is likely to be a case study of how a manufacturer copes with China, both in capturing sales there and in confronting competition from Chinese companies."
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