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Siemens to invest 500 million euros in Colombia energy, infrastructure

BOGOTA Germany-based technology company Siemens will invest 500 million euros in energy technology and transmission and transportation infrastructure in Colombia, President Ivan Duque and the company said on Friday.

RPT-UPDATE 2-Siemens's Busch favourite to be next CEO after promotion to deputy job

ZURICH, Sept 18 Siemens promoted Chief Operating Officer Roland Busch to become deputy chief executive, it said on Wednesday, putting the 54-year-old in pole position to eventually replace Joe Kaeser as head of the German engineering group.

Siemens's Busch favorite to be next CEO after promotion to deputy job

ZURICH Siemens promoted Chief Operating Officer Roland Busch to become deputy chief executive, it said on Wednesday, putting the 54-year-old in pole position to eventually replace Joe Kaeser as head of the German engineering group.

UPDATE 2-Siemens's Busch favourite to be next CEO after promotion to deputy job

ZURICH, Sept 18 Siemens promoted Chief Operating Officer Roland Busch to become deputy chief executive, it said on Wednesday, putting the 54-year-old in pole position to eventually replace Joe Kaeser as head of the German engineering group.

Siemens, Orascom sign deal to rebuild Iraq power plant

BERLIN, Sept 14 Siemens and Orascom Construction signed an agreement on Saturday with the Iraqi government to rebuild two power plants in the north of the country that will have a combined capacity of 1.6 gigawatts.

Siemens plans to list energy unit by around September next year -executive

DUBAI, Sept 10 Siemens plans to list its energy unit by around September next year, the head of its gas and power division said on Tuesday.

Russia's Rostec sells stake in firm hit by sanctions over turbines scandal

MOSCOW Russian conglomerate Rostec has sold its stake in a sanctioned technology company that was embroiled in a scandal over the installation in annexed Crimea of turbines made by Germany's Siemens , Rostec told Reuters on Thursday.

Russia's Rostec sells stake in firm hit by sanctions over turbines scandal

MOSCOW, Sept 5 Russian conglomerate Rostec has sold its stake in a sanctioned technology company that was embroiled in a scandal over the installation in annexed Crimea of turbines made by Germany's Siemens, Rostec told Reuters on Thursday.

Siemens points to deteriorating demand as profit falls

MUNICH, Germany Siemens said on Thursday deteriorating demand from automotive and machine building firms hit its third-quarter profit, becoming the latest industrial company to warn about a weaker environment hitting its business.

Siemens head of human resources to leave at end January 2020

MUNICH Siemens' head of human resources Janina Kugel will leave the company at the end of January, while the contract of board member Cedrik Neike was extended by five years, the engineering company said on Wednesday.

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