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Jinko opens new regional headquarters in Singapore

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JinkoSolar Holding has opened new regional headquarters, for its Asia-based operations, in Singapore. The office will manage sales, logistics, financing, project development and customer service for the country. The company noted that with the opening of its new office in Singapore, it now has nine sales and marketing offices located on four continents.

"Singapore boasts an established logistics infrastructure, mature financing system and a skilled talent base -- which facilitates cost-effective and efficient operations for companies like ours," said David Li, JinkoSolar's chairman. "We look forward to continuing support for our existing customers and growing to meet the needs of a robust customer base throughout the region."

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