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Thu, Aug 1 2019

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Siemens points to deteriorating demand as profit falls

MUNICH, Germany Siemens said on Thursday deteriorating demand from automotive and machine building firms hit its third-quarter profit, becoming the latest industrial company to warn about a weaker environment hitting its business.

Siemens points to deteriorating demand as profit falls

MUNICH, Germany Siemens said on Thursday deteriorating demand from automotive and machine building firms hit its third-quarter profit, becoming the latest industrial company to warn about a weaker environment hitting its business.

UPDATE 2-Siemens points to deteriorating demand as profit falls

* Downturn in automotive, machine builders hits factory automation

Siemens expects automotive weakness to linger well into 2020

ZURICH Siemens expects the downturn from customers in the automotive and machine building industries to continue well into 2020, Chief Financial Officer Ralf Thomas said on Thursday.

Siemens expects automotive weakness to linger well into 2020

ZURICH Siemens expects the downturn from customers in the automotive and machine building industries to continue well into 2020, Chief Financial Officer Ralf Thomas said on Thursday.

Siemens expects automotive weakness to linger well into 2020

ZURICH, Aug 1 Siemens expects the downturn from customers in the automotive and machine building industries to continue well into 2020, Chief Financial Officer Ralf Thomas said on Thursday.

Siemens head of human resources to leave at end January 2020

MUNICH Siemens' head of human resources Janina Kugel will leave the company at the end of January, while the contract of board member Cedrik Neike was extended by five years, the engineering company said on Wednesday.

Siemens unit wins $829 million U.S. defense contract -Pentagon

WASHINGTON, July 25 Siemens Government Technologies Inc, a unit of Siemens AG, has been awarded an $829 million contract for energy savings and performance measures at the U.S. naval base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, the Pentagon said on Thursday. (Reporting by Mohammad Zargham Editing by Chris Reese)

CORRECTED-Siemens among suppliers chosen for UK-Denmark power link

July 23 Germany's Siemens will supply and install equipment for two converter stations as part of the Viking Link project, Britain's National Grid and Energinet of Denmark announced on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Nigeria agrees plan with Siemens to nearly triple power supply by 2023

ABUJA, July 22 Nigeria and German company Siemens have agreed a roadmap to nearly triple the country's "reliable" power supply by 2023, President Muhammadu Buhari said on Monday.

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