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Competition Issues Main Problems For Siemens-Gamesa Deal

Siemens has identified three key points which could delay or even thwart the deal it is negotiating with Spanish firm Gamesa. The most important is resolving the problem of eliminating competition in the industry, which a tie-up between the two companies would provoke. This issue could cause the transaction to be blocked.


Spanish companies take Modinomics pace

MADRID | By Julia Pastor | What can small countries’ firms do in the world biggest democracy, built on 28 nations more than regions? Some Spanish companies in India have been able to manage big four toll roads (Isolux), control 80% of its airspace safety (Indra), excel in the olive oil market (Borges), or even list in the Bombay’s stock exchange (CIE Automotive). After the historical victory of Narendra Modi their prospects are even better, considering that India’s middle-upper class ranges between 50 and 300 million people.


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Spanish Gamesa plants Finland’s most powerful wind turbines

MADRID | By Julia Pastor | Spain’s manufacturer Gamesa opened earlier this week its first wind farm in Finland. This operation is strategic for the firm because of the Nordic country’s market- it could install about 1,550 MW of wind energy in next four years-. Beating Danish Vestas, the largest firm of wind turbines in the world, makes the project even more noticeable.