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Fri, Dec 19 2014

Finmeccanica continues talks with Hitachi, Insigma on train unit

MILAN, Dec 19 - Italian defence group Finmeccanica continues to discuss the sale of its AnsaldoBreda train-making unit with Japan's Hitachi and China's Insigma, as it works towards exiting the transport business.

Hitachi says bid for Finmeccanica train-making, signal assets

TOKYO - A senior Hitachi Ltd executive confirmed the company has bid for Italian conglomerate Finmeccanica's train-making and rail signal assets.

Hitachi says bid for Finmeccanica train-making, signal assets

TOKYO, Dec 17 - A senior Hitachi Ltd executive confirmed the company has bid for Italian conglomerate Finmeccanica's train-making and rail signal assets.

ABB, Hitachi set up power grid joint venture in Japan

ZURICH/TOKYO - Switzerland's ABB and Hitachi Ltd have set up a joint venture to sell high voltage systems in Japan, looking to benefit from reforms in the electricity industry after the Fukushima disaster.

UPDATE 2-ABB, Hitachi set up power grid joint venture in Japan

* Pair hope to profit from Japanese electricity reforms (Recasts, adds details on electricity reforms in Japan)

BRIEF-Hitachi chairman: to consider broader cooperation with ABB

Dec 16 - Hitachi Ltd Chairman Hiroaki Nakanishi:

ABB, Hitachi to set up joint venture in Japan

ZURICH, Dec 16 - Swiss engineering group ABB said on Tuesday it had agreed to set up a joint venture with Hitachi to market high-voltage direct current (HVDC) power transmission equipment in Japan.

GE, Hitachi reactor design advances towards approval in Britain

LONDON, Dec 12 - GE and Hitachi have cleared the next regulatory hurdle towards permission for the use of their joint nuclear reactor design in Britain after the government awarded it a so-called regulatory justification.

Chinese duo joins race for Finmeccanica rail assets: sources

MILAN - Technology firm Insigma has teamed up with another Chinese company to try to buy Finmeccanica's rail assets, two people familiar with the matter said, a move that could thwart a rival bid from Hitachi.

CORRECTED-(OFFICIAL)-UPDATE 1-Chinese duo joins race for Finmeccanica rail assets -sources

(Corrects eighth paragraph and third bullet point after company issues new statement removing reference to talks time-frame)

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