Winds blow globally for GE

Investor's Business Daily
November 2014
Investors Business Daily;11/21/2014, pA02
The energy and appliance manufacturer plans to expand its wind-power business to 35 countries in '15, up from 8 in '03, in an effort to strengthen its renewable energy business internationally.


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