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Fri, Feb 10 2017

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Tata Steel, Thyssenkrupp merger talks face extensive delays

LONDON Investors expecting a deal this year in Tata Steel's talks to merge its European assets with Germany's Thyssenkrupp risk disappointment, given complications associated with the Indian-owned firm's British pension scheme.

Thyssenkrupp says future Mexico investments in doubt

FRANKFURT, Feb 9 German industrial group Thyssenkrupp is watching the new administration of U.S. President Donald Trump carefully to decide whether to make further investments in two automotive components plants in Mexico, its chief executive said.

Kongsberg Gruppen eyes key contract in German-Norwegian submarine deal

OSLO, Feb 3 Norwegian conglomerate Kongsberg Gruppen aims to supply command and control systems to the submarines that Norway and Germany plan to order from Germany's Thyssenkrupp, a spokesman for the company said on Friday.

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* Has 10-year offtake and distribution agreement with Thyssenkrupp

Thyssenkrupp CEO says has no current plan B for steel

BOCHUM, Germany Thyssenkrupp is committed to pursuing a European merger with Tata Steel as it still sees progress in Tata's efforts to free itself of a large UK pension deficit, Thyssenkrupp's chief executive said on Friday.

Thyssenkrupp CEO says won't be pressured to rush change

BOCHUM, Germany Thyssenkrupp's chief executive asked shareholders on Friday for more time to turn around the diversified industrial group, saying it would not bow to external pressure to rush change and was well on track to reach its full-year targets.

UPDATE 3-Thyssenkrupp CEO says won't be pressured to rush change

* Shares up 1 percent (Adds fund manager, analyst comments)

UPDATE 1-Tata Steel's UK pensions trustee warns deficit to surge

* Pension scheme's future crucial to merger with Thyssenkrupp (Adds details)

Tata must fix pension deficits before any deal: Thyssenkrupp CEO

BERLIN India's Tata Steel must first resolve the pension deficit at its British and Dutch operations, before any merger of its steel operations with Thyssenkrupp , the German company's chief executive told a German newspaper.

Tata must fix pension deficits before any deal - Thyssenkrupp CEO

BERLIN, Jan 26 India's Tata Steel must first resolve the pension deficit at its British and Dutch operations, before any merger of its steel operations with Thyssenkrupp, the German company's chief executive told a German newspaper.

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