EU veto of Alstom-Siemens rail tie-up would be "economic error"
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EU veto of Alstom-Siemens rail tie-up would be "economic error"

PARIS (Reuters) – The European Commission would make an “economic error and political mistake” if it were to block the merger of Alstom’s and Siemens’ rail businesses, said…

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South Sudan starts repairs, pumping oil from wells damaged in the civil war
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South Sudan starts repairs, pumping oil from wells damaged in the civil war

JUBA (Reuters) – South Sudan has begun to repair and pump oil from wells damaged in the civil war and will ramp up production by the end of…

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Nissan CEO says new capital ties with Renault not discussed
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Nissan CEO says new capital ties with Renault not discussed

TOKYO (Reuters) – Nissan CEO Hirota Saikawa told reporters on Monday that he had not heard directly about a reported French proposal to integrate Nissan’s management with France’s…

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Japan’s LIXIL denies report it considered MBO, move to Singapore
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Japan’s LIXIL denies report it considered MBO, move to Singapore

TOKYO (Reuters) – LIXIL Group Corp on Monday denied a report it had considered delisting from Japan through a management buyout (MBO) and moving its headquarters to Singapore,…

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Japan’s LIXIL denies report it considered MBO, move to Singapore
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Japan’s LIXIL denies report it considered MBO, move to Singapore

TOKYO (Reuters) – LIXIL Group Corp on Monday denied a report it had considered delisting from Japan through a management buyout (MBO) and moving its headquarters to Singapore,…

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Oil firms as China’s slowdown not as steep as some expected
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Oil firms as China’s slowdown not as steep as some expected

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Oil prices firmed on Monday after data showed China’s economic slowdown was not as big as some analysts had expected, with supply cuts led by…

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Ghosn may have had questionable ethics, co-chair of external Nissan probe says
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Ghosn may have had questionable ethics, co-chair of external Nissan probe says

TOKYO (Reuters) – The co-chair of a committee set up by Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Co to examine the root cause of alleged financial misconduct by ousted chairman…

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Rheinmetall plans to sue Germany over Saudi arms embargo: Spiegel
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Rheinmetall plans to sue Germany over Saudi arms embargo: Spiegel

BERLIN (Reuters) – German weapons maker Rheinmetall plans to sue the government over its decision to stop all arms exports to Saudi Arabia after the killing of journalist…

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Small electric cars may be unaffordable for some: VW chairman to newspaper
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Small electric cars may be unaffordable for some: VW chairman to newspaper

BERLIN (Reuters) – The move to electric vehicles will make cars significantly more expensive, meaning they may become unaffordable for people on low incomes in the future, the…

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Nissan special committee says carmaker suffered from poor governance
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Nissan special committee says carmaker suffered from poor governance

TOKYO (Reuters) – A special committee set up by Nissan Motor Co to examine the root cause of alleged financial misconduct by ousted chairman Carlos Ghosn said it…

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