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Siemens Announced the Suspension Of Cooperation With the Companies In the Electricity Sector Controlled by Russia
29.07.2017 08:41
Siemens Announced the Suspension Of Cooperation With the Companies In the Electricity Sector Controlled by Russia
(Source: http://old.misis.ru/about-university)

The German Siemens Concern announced the suspension of cooperation with the companies in the electricity sector controlled by Russia. Currently Siemens is testing its Russian partners and its facilities over the world for compliance with export control requirements, as the company’s representative Philip Ench told to the agency.

      In its turn, Technopromexport which supplied four gas turbines for the Crimean power plant under construction, assured that the equipment will be maintained by Russian experts.


Sources: http://lenta.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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