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Wed, May 17 2017

Tata pension deal raises questions for Thyssenkrupp merger

FRANKFURT/LONDON, Germany A Tata Steel deal to separate its 15 billion-pound ($19 billion) UK pension scheme still leaves many questions unanswered for a potential merger with Thyssenkrupp's European steel operations, a source close to Thyssenkrupp said.

Tata pension deal raises questions for Thyssenkrupp merger

FRANKFURT/LONDON, Germany A Tata Steel deal to separate its 15 billion-pound ($19 billion) UK pension scheme still leaves many questions unanswered for a potential merger with Thyssenkrupp's European steel operations, a source close to Thyssenkrupp said.

UPDATE 1-Tata pension deal raises questions for Thyssenkrupp merger

* Shares in Thyssenkrupp jumped on merger hopes (New throughout)

UPDATE 2-Tata Steel agrees British pensions deal

* Tata agrees to plough 550 mln pounds into debt-laden scheme

Late and overweight: Germany's new frigates found wanting

BERLIN Germany's much-delayed new frigates, built by ThyssenKrupp and Luerssen for at least 650 million euros ($710 million) apiece, are overweight and float with a persistent list to starboard, according to a confidential report seen by Reuters.

Late and overweight: Germany's new frigates found wanting

BERLIN, May 12 Germany's much-delayed new frigates, built by ThyssenKrupp and Luerssen for at least 650 million euros ($710 million) apiece, are overweight and float with a persistent list to starboard, according to a confidential report seen by Reuters.

BRIEF-Thyssenkrupp CEO says steel cost cuts will continue

* CEO says positive trend in industrial solutions orders to continue through year

UPDATE 2-Thyssenkrupp's new forecasts weigh on its shares

* Shares fall to five-month low (Adds CFO, analyst, trader comment, ArcelorMittal comparison, shares)

Thyssenkrupp plans to open 3D printing center this year

HANOVER, Germany German industrial group Thyssenkrupp plans to open its own 3D printing center this year to manufacture products for its customers, a company executive said on Tuesday.

Thyssenkrupp plans to open 3D printing centre this year

HANOVER, Germany, April 25 German industrial group Thyssenkrupp plans to open its own 3D printing centre this year to manufacture products for its customers, a company executive said on Tuesday.

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