Orient express

27 September 2017 By Neil Unmack

The French group’s shareholders will own nearly half the combination with Siemens’ train unit, despite contributing just a third of the operating profit. Alstom also keeps its CEO and head office. Hefty cost savings and the creation of a European champion justify the concessions.

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