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Siemens and Hyundai to Construct Moscow Subway
25.05.2011 14:16
Siemens and Hyundai to Construct Moscow Subway

German's Siemens and Korea's Hyundai offered the government of Moscow to develop some areas of capital's subway.
       Foreign companies are ready to build new lines of metro, to design them and to supply them with new trains. At this moment the main supplier of subway trains is Metrovagonmash. Hyundai also offers to finance the project with the credits from Korean banks.
       The new mayor of Moscow says that the construction of the subway is the priority of the capital. He demanded to construct 70 kilometers of new subway lines by 2015 year.

Author: Ksenia Dzhalagonia

Tags: Russian business Russian transport    

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