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Meager orders incite concern for Vestas prospects

Has the year been too slow for Vestas or can the company still turn things around? This question could trigger movement for the Vestas share.

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So far, this has been a slow quarter at Denmark's Vestas in terms of order intake, even though the wind turbine manufacturer added megawatts to the books this Tuesday with the announcement of new contracts in Greece and Argentina.

This is fueling continued debate as to how 2017 will develop for Vestas, writes Alm. Brand Markets in a note.

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