Trakya Cam to invest $76 million (€49.5 million) in glass for solar power

Trakya Cam, the Turkish glass maker owned by the country’s biggest publicly traded bank, plans to invest 49.5 million euros ($76 million) to produce glass for solar panels.

The plant on the Mediterranean coast near Mersin will start operations in the final quarter of 2009, the Istanbul-based company said in a statement to the stock exchange Monday.

600450 Trakya Cam to invest $76 million (€49.5 million) in glass for solar power
Date: 15 July 2008

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