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Deutsche Bahn asks Siemens and Bombardier to fix train quality issues

BERLIN German railway operator Deutsche Bahn has asked Siemens and Bombardier to fix quality issues with its newest ICE 4 high-speed trains, the state-owned company said on Thursday.

Deutsche Bahn asks Siemens and Bombardier to fix train quality issues

BERLIN German railway operator Deutsche Bahn has asked Siemens and Bombardier to fix quality issues with its newest ICE 4 high-speed trains, the state-owned company said on Thursday.

UPDATE 1-Deutsche Bahn asks Siemens and Bombardier to fix train quality issues

BERLIN, April 4 German railway operator Deutsche Bahn has asked Siemens and Bombardier to fix quality issues with its newest ICE 4 high-speed trains, the state-owned company said on Thursday.

Deutsche Bahn asks Siemens, Bombardier to fix train quality issues

BERLIN, April 4 German railway operator Deutsche Bahn has asked Siemens and Bombardier to fix quality issues with its newest ICE 4 high-speed trains, the state-owned company said on Thursday.

Brexit is wrecking Britain's business reputation - Siemens UK head

LONDON Britain is wrecking its reputation for business stability with political divisions over Brexit and risks leaving the trading bloc with a hugely damaging "no-deal", the UK head of German industrial giant Siemens has said.

Brexit is wrecking Britain's business reputation: Siemens UK head

LONDON Britain is wrecking its reputation for business stability with political divisions over Brexit and risks leaving the trading bloc with a hugely damaging "no-deal", the UK head of German industrial giant Siemens has said.

Brexit is wrecking Britain's business reputation- Siemens UK head

LONDON, April 1 Britain is wrecking its reputation for business stability with political divisions over Brexit and risks leaving the trading bloc with a hugely damaging "no-deal", the UK head of German industrial giant Siemens has said.

Siemens turns to China's SPIC to help turn around gas turbines

ZURICH Siemens and China's State Power Investment Corp (SPIC) plan to co-operate on energy plants in the latest move by the German engineering company to revive its ailing gas turbines business.

UPDATE 2-Siemens turns to China's SPIC to help turn around gas turbines

* CEO Kaeser says both companies want deeper partnership (Rewrites, adding detail, background)

Siemens aims to tackle turbine troubles by investor day in May: sources

ZURICH/MUNICH Siemens wants to present a solution for its struggling turbine business by the time the company holds a capital markets day for investors on May 8, two sources told Reuters on Thursday.

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