Indian Tata plans energy investments in Turkey.

By bne IntelliNews February 13, 2012
Indian conglomerate Tata plans investment in Turkeys energy sector, according to local daily Sabah. General manager of Tatas Tata Power, Anil Sardana, said that Tata wanted to increase its energy generation capacity from the current 3,790 MW to 10,000 MW in two years and within this plan the company wanted to invest in Turkey. Tata is also interested in distribution projects abroad, including Turkey.

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