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FILE - In this Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2010 picture, workers examine giant blades to be used as part of wind turbines at the Vestas Wind Technology (China) Co. Ltd. factory in Tianjin, China. China's market for wind equipment is one of the world's largest, spurred by a government campaign to promote renewable energy to clean up its battered environment and curb surging demand for foreign oil and gas. Braving high unemployment and unsustainable levels of debt and budget deficits in Europe and the U.S., the world economy is expected to slow in 2011 with economists cutting their forecasts for growth in developed countries. On the upside, Asian economies will continue to spearhead the global economic recovery. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan, File)

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September 14, 2010 05:26:42 AM
December 14, 2010 02:09:05 AM
Ng Han Guan
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TUESDAY, SEPT. 14, 2010 PICTURE
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Economy, Wind power, Business, Alternative and sustainable energy, Energy and the environment, Environment, Environment and nature
Tianjin, China
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