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December 7, 2008

Indian firm to build $164m Brunei solar film plant
Sembawang Engineers & Constructors, a subsidiary of India-listed Punj Lloyd Group, said on Friday it will build a S$250 million ($164 million) plant in Brunei to make thin-film solar modules, its first foray into renewable energy, reported Reuters.

"We have identified a cluster of 'green' businesses with good growth potential." Richard Grosvenor, president and CEO of Sembawang Engineers and Constructors, said in a press release.

Sembawang is one of the largest engineering and construction companies in Southeast Asia and is currently involved in the construction of the Marina Bay Sands and Resorts World intergrated resorts in Singapore.

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