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WORLDWIDE: The last quarter of the year traditionally sees rapid growth for wind power, and late predictions see no exception for 2015.
WORLDWIDE: Wind company stocks recovered during the third quarter as the markets settled down again following the summer's equity market rout.
INTERVIEW: Goldwind president Wang Haibo talks to Windpower Monthly China correspondent Yang Jianxiang about China's largest wind manufacturer's plans to expand internationally and take its time to develop its offshore turbine
DENMARK: Vestas pre-tax profits increased by 75% in its 2015 financial year on the back of a strong order intake totalling almost 9GW.
UK: Utility Centrica and its partner has sold its 194MW Lynn & Inner Dowsing offshore wind project and the 26MW Glens of Foundland onshore site to a consortium lead by the Green Investment Bank.
CHINA: The board of Chinese turbine manufacturer has entered into a "definitive merger agreement" with the group's chairman and CEO that prices the firm at $408 million.
DENMARK: The largest offshore wind developer Dong Energy has reported a "strong underlying growth" in its wind business, despite impairments to its oil and gas business forcing the group into a net loss of DKK 12.1 billion (€1.6 billion).
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