Siemens will sell $3.2 billion worth of train rolling stock to India
The Indian Express newspaper reported on Tuesday that the German "Siemens" concern had signed a 3 billion euro (about 3.25 billion dollars) contract with the state railway company "Indian Railways," which provides for the supply and maintenance of freight trains.
"India needs high-tech, more efficient and long-lasting trains," the publication quoted the CEO of "Siemens Mobility" Michael Peter. He noted that earlier, India had its production of trains, but now they want to increase the reliability and speed of transport.
Follow us on Telegram
Kyiv needs 17 billion dollars to recover in 2023Today, 16:45
During the meeting in Kyiv, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal informed the Vice President of the European Commission, Valdis Dombrovskis.
Germany intends to supply Leopard-1 tanks to UkraineToday, 16:23
Last week, Berlin decided to supply Ukraine with 14 Leopard 2s from the army's warehouses.
And do Russian peacekeepers need protection, and in such a way?
Daughters-in-law are ready to sit, and Saghatelyan is prepared to run
There was no federal trial in Armenia. Levon Ter-Petrosyan. On this day in 1994, ARF activity was suspended