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Huaneng Power International Says Hebei Company Entered Into JV Agreement With Huaneng Treasury
Huaneng Power International Updates On Issue Of Super Short-Term Debentures
Huaneng Power International Announces Formation Of Project Companies
HUANENG POWER INTERNATIONAL,INC. is a China-based company principally engaged in the development, construction, operation and management of power plants. The Company mainly operates through the generation and sale of electric power. The Company also provides supply of heat. The Company operates its business both in domestic market and to overseas market.
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