Siemens CEO: Gamesa merger right on schedule

The merger between Siemens and Spanish turbine manufacturer Gamesa will give rise to a global leader in renewable energy, says Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser, who also hints at investments in other green technologies.

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The CEO of Siemens had considerable jet-lag when he did his presentation on Thursday morning of the company's annual report. Joe Kaeser even began the press conference by admitting that he had spent all night tracking the US election.

"Siemens congratulates Mr. Trump on his victory. We're looking forward to continuing our trust-based cooperation with the new U.S. administration and the U.S. Congress," said the CEO.

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