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Mon, Jan 8 2018

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Siemens to list Healthineers unit in March - sources

MUNICH Siemens plans to list its 40 billion euro (35.37 billion pounds) healthcare unit Healthineers in March, two people close to the matter said, as the group hopes to execute the deal while market conditions are favourable.

Siemens to list Healthineers unit in March: sources

MUNICH Siemens plans to list its 40 billion euro ($48 billion) healthcare unit Healthineers in March, two people close to the matter said, as the group hopes to execute the deal while market conditions are favorable.

UPDATE 1-Siemens to list Healthineers unit in March -sources

* Strong 2018 pipeline of German IPOs (Adds background on market, other IPOs)

Siemens to list Healthineers unit in March - sources

MUNICH, Jan 8 Siemens is planning to list its 40 billion euro ($47.94 billion) healthcare unit Healthineers in March, two people close to the matter said, as the group hopes to execute the deal while market conditions are favourable.

Siemens to gauge interest of state funds in Healthineers IPO: CEO

FRANKFURT Siemens will test the appetite of sovereign wealth funds ahead of the planned listing of its healthcare unit Healthineers next year, its chief executive told a German weekly, possibly to secure anchor investors for the flotation.

Siemens to gauge interest of state funds in Healthineers IPO - CEO

FRANKFURT Siemens will test the appetite of sovereign wealth funds ahead of the planned listing of its healthcare unit Healthineers next year, its chief executive told a German weekly, possibly to secure anchor investors for the flotation.

BRIEF-Siemens Says Job Cuts Not Affected by Tatarstan Contract

* SAYS TATARSTAN CONTRACT WON'T CHANGE PLANS TO CUT JOBS AT POWER BUSINESS

Siemens sees scale, data privacy as winners in digital race

MUNICH Germany's Siemens sees its broad industrial base and respect for customers' data privacy as giving it the edge in a race to attract businesses to its factory software platform, rather than those of rivals.

Siemens sees scale, data privacy as winners in digital race

MUNICH Germany's Siemens sees its broad industrial base and respect for customers' data privacy as giving it the edge in a race to attract businesses to its factory software platform, rather than those of rivals.

UPDATE 1-Siemens sees scale, data privacy as winners in digital race

* Siemens to partner with Amazon Web Services from next month (Releads with comments from Digital Factory CEO)

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