Corona-stricken Siemens Gamesa retreats on top and bottom line

The wind turbine manufacturer is hit by the coronavirus' effects in Europe and India and notes a decline in both revenue and profit.

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The trick is to begin with the good news.

That's what Siemens Gamesa opted to do in the presentation of the company's interim financial statement for the second quarter of its staggered fiscal year.

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