(EnergyAsia, September 3, Thursday) — Japan’s Tokuyama Corporation said it will invest 65-billion yen in a new factory in Malaysia’s Sarawak state to manufacture polycrystalline silicon for solar cells. Work on the new factory at the Samalaju Industrial Park is due to start in early 2011, with completion expected in the second quarter of 2013….

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