[The Dili Insider] Chinese Junk

>
> Sent in by a reader:
>
> “This is an example of standards for decommissioned generators in
> China. You can clearly see that decommissioned generators (such as the
> ones purchased by the Government in Guandong Province) cannot be used
> to generate power for domestic areas.
>
> Perhaps the Parliamentarians should read through some of the reports
> mentioned in this letter, who knows perhaps they might find the Sulzers
> and the PC4 decommissioned generators that CNI22 purchased.
>
> The pertinent part of the translation is: “….same set of facilities
> have been confirm decommissioning and suspended by National and
> Province.” Further that in relation to the equipment in question,
> referred to as “abandoned decommissioned generator”, “The successful
> bidder shall not reinstall the machine and its facilities or generate
> electricity in domestic area.”
>
> It seems scrap metal in China was deemed good enough to bring over to
> Timor-Leste, just as we and NGO’s have been saying.”
>
> —
> Posted By The Dili Insider to The Dili Insider at 10/22/2009 03:27:00 PM
>
> —
> Tyneside East Timor Solidarity
>
> Web site: http://tets.sdt-eu.org
>
> Blog: http://timorleste.livejournal.com
>
>
>
> Sent in by a reader:
>
>
>
>
> “This is an example of standards for decommissioned generators in
> China. You can clearly see that decommissioned generators (such as the
> ones purchased by the Government in Guandong Province) cannot be used
> to generate power for domestic areas.
>
> Perhaps the Parliamentarians should read through some of the reports
> mentioned in this letter, who knows perhaps they might find the
> Sulzers and the PC4 decommissioned generators that CNI22 purchased.
>
> The pertinent part of the translation is: “….same set of facilities
> have been confirm decommissioning and suspended by National and
> Province.” Further that in relation to the equipment in question,
> referred to as “abandoned decommissioned generator”, “The successful
> bidder shall not reinstall the machine and its facilities or generate
> electricity in domestic area.”
>
> It seems scrap metal in China was deemed good enough to bring over to
> Timor-Leste, just as we and NGO’s have been saying.”
>
> —
> Posted By The Dili Insider to The Dili Insider at 10/22/2009
> 03:27:00 PM

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