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China out in force at Frankfurt car show, led by battery builders

11 Sep 2019

FRANKFURT Chinese suppliers and manufacturers have stepped up their presence at the Frankfurt auto show, capitalizing on a strong position in electric technologies forced on European carmakers by regulators seeking to curb pollution. | Video

Chinese firms out in force at Frankfurt boosted by battery builders

11 Sep 2019

FRANKFURT Chinese suppliers and manufacturers have stepped up their presence at the Frankfurt auto show, capitalising on a shift toward electric cars forced on German carmakers by regulators seeking to curb pollution.

China's SVOLT aims to make battery cells in Europe from 2023

10 Sep 2019

FRANKFURT SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great Wall Motor Co, is aiming to start production of battery cells in Europe in early 2023, an executive said during the Frankfurt car show.

Amprion looking at funding options as grid investments rise: sources

10 Sep 2019

FRANKFURT German high-voltage power transmission network Amprion, whose owners include RWE and Munich Re , is evaluating options to bring in fresh funds, two people familiar with the matter said.

Kone drafts Hengeler Mueller for Thyssenkrupp elevator deal: sources

09 Sep 2019

FRANKFURT Finland's Kone has hired German law firm Hengeler Mueller to advise it on a planned takeover bid for Thyssenkrupp's elevator division, two people familiar with the matter said.

Kone explores partnership to bid for Thyssenkrupp elevator business: sources

05 Sep 2019

By Christoph Steitz, Edward Taylor, Tom Käckenhoff and Arno Schuetze

Thyssenkrupp to leave Germany's blue chip index DAX, MTU Aero joins

05 Sep 2019

FRANKFURT Thyssenkrupp AG will drop out of Germany's benchmark stock index this month, the stock market operator said, the latest setback for the ailing conglomerate's turnaround efforts. | Video

Thyssenkrupp träumt nach Dax-Aus vom Wiederaufstieg

05 Sep 2019

Düsseldorf/Frankfurt Thyssenkrupp-Chef Guido Kerkhoff nimmt den Abstieg des Konzerns aus dem deutschen Leitindex Dax als Ansporn: "Das ist natürlich nicht schön, aber es führt uns auch die Realität von Thyssenkrupp nochmal vor Augen", sagte der Manager am Donnerstag in einem Podcast für die Mitarbeiter.

Thyssenkrupp kicks off sales process for prized elevator unit

04 Sep 2019

By Christoph Steitz, Arno Schuetze, Tom Käckenhoff and Edward Taylor

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