Dreamlike Ascent for Wind Power's Newest Star
(Beijing) - Sinovel was just a sketchy dream for Han Junliang five years ago. But the 41-year-old businessman liked the idea, and so did the other investors he nudged until they agreed to put up a combined 70 million yuan to make the dream come true.
Soon, Sinovel was born as a wind power company with registered capital of 100 million yuan and ties to state-owned Dalian Heavy Mechanical & Electrical Equipment Engineering Co. Ltd.
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