EU approves Siemens-Gamesa wind mega-merger

Madeleine Cuff
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EU approves Siemens-Gamesa wind mega-merger

Plan to create world's largest wind turbine business clears regulatory hurdles and is expected to complete early next month

The European Commission yesterday approved plans for Siemens to merge its wind business with Spanish rival Gamesa in a bid to create the world's largest wind farm manufacturer by market share. The deal,...

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