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Chinese turbine builders push deeper into Japan wind power market

Maker of small models wield cost advantages as Japanese players fade

China's Shanghai Ghrepower shows off a new turbine at a Tokyo exhibition. The company aims to raise its count of turbines in Japan 10-fold. (Photo by Nana Shibata)
China's Shanghai Ghrepower shows off a new turbine at a Tokyo exhibition. The company aims to raise its count of turbines in Japan 10-fold. (Photo by Nana Shibata)

TOKYO -- China's wind turbine builders are stepping up their offensive in the Japanese market, leveraging their low costs as they seek a greater share of the island country's renewable-energy sector.

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