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13 Feb
German engineering giant Siemens has posted promising first-quarter results despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The firm looks for more innovative power as the era of reformist CEO Joe Kaeser draws to an end.
12 Jan 2020
As bushfires rage in Australia, the country's coal sector is in the firing line over its high carbon emissions. So too is Siemens over its role in a huge mine project that has courted much controversy.
11 Sep 2019
The Nigerian government has agreed to a deal with the German energy company in an attempt to fix the country's unreliable electricity grid.
28 Jul 2019
What Buhari told Siemens about electricity generation in Nigeria
18 May 2019
Siemens has announced a sweeping overhaul. The German engineering giant, listed on the Dax, is listing its gas and power division and cutting more than 10,000 jobs as second-quarter profit beat estimates.
5 May 2019
Siemens and Honeywell International have built machines that pull packages from the back of a tractor-trailer and place them on conveyor belts, whizzing the parcels off for sorting.

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