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The future for Siemens could be decided in one month

US authorities have approved the merger with Gamesa, according to the Spanish manufacturer. Now, all there is left to do is wait for the EU approval which, according to media, depends on the sale of an offshore wind company.

The merger between Siemens and Gamesa has been approved by US authorities, writes Gamesa on twitter, although the approval is still not visible Wednesday morning (CET) on the website of the US Federal Trade Commission.

As such, the US joins a growing group of countries which do not find the merger to be competition distorting. The merger has already been cleared in China, India, and Brazil, while competition authorities in Gamesa's home country, CNMV, gave the go-ahead in December.

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