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. Trina Solar Named Fastest-Growing Company In Deloitte Technology Fast 50 China 2007

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Changzhou, China (SPX) Nov 07, 2007
Trina Solar has announced that it has been ranked #1 in the prestigious "Deloitte Technology Fast 50 China 2007" program. The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 China program focuses on the technology, media and telecommunication (TMT) industry, ranking the fastest-growing technology companies in China based on their revenue growth over the past three years.

"We are delighted to be named the fastest growing company in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 China 2007," said Jifan Gao, Chairman and CEO of Trina Solar. "It is an honor to be named among this prestigious group of noteworthy companies in China and is a reaffirmation of our commitment to establish Trina Solar as a leader in the global solar PV industry."

"The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 China program recognizes and honors the fastest growing Chinese technology companies whose leaders have the vision and determination to deliver exemplary performance in an increasingly competitive global technology marketplace," Mr. Charles Yen, National Leader of Deloitte China's TMT Group said. "Trina Solar's remarkable growth puts it at the forefront of its competition and we at Deloitte congratulate Trina Solar for its accomplishments."

Winners of Deloitte Technology Fast 50 China program will automatically qualify for participation in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2007 program, which annually recognizes the 500 fastest growing technology companies in the Asia Pacific region.

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