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No.1 Sundram Road

Raghuvir Srinivasan

Chennai , May 28

THE Chinese officials apparently went all the way to make SFL feel welcome in China.

Giving an example, Mr Suresh Krishna said that officials of Haiyan County, where the plant is located, agreed to put up an effluent treatment plant at the County's cost within SFL's factory so that SFL could spend that money for setting up its production facilities.

The county has also given the factory a special power line that is exempt from power shortages and also helped SFL during the construction stage by giving them a generator at their cost to continue with construction activity during power cuts.

What more, the county has also named the road leading up to its factory as Sundram Road and the address of SFL in China is No.1, Sundram Road, Zhejiang.

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