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Tue, Jul 4 2017

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Thyssenkrupp optimistic over Tata's UK pension deal but merger risks remain

LONDON Germany's Thyssenkrupp is optimistic about progress made by Tata Steel to restructure its UK pensions liabilities, investors and analysts say, but there are still issues to overcome before the two can merge their European steel assets.

UPDATE 1-Thyssenkrupp optimistic over Tata's UK pension deal but merger risks remain

* Thyssenkrupp sees deal as significantly de-risking Tata pension

Thyssenkrupp optimistic over Tata's UK pension deal but merger risks remain

* Thyssenkrupp sees deal as significantly de-risking Tata pension

Thyssenkrupp wants less than 50 percent of Tata steel JV: Handelsblatt

FRANKFURT German industrial group Thyssenkrupp aims to hold less than half of a steel joint venture it wants to set up with Tata Steel so it can deconsolidate the business from its balance sheet, Handelsblatt reported, citing a company source.

Thyssenkrupp wants less than 50 pct of Tata steel JV - Handelsblatt

FRANKFURT, July 2 German industrial group Thyssenkrupp aims to hold less than half of a steel joint venture it wants to set up with Tata Steel so it can deconsolidate the business from its balance sheet, Handelsblatt reported, citing a company source.

Thyssenkrupp signals steel merger decision by end Sept: works council

DUISBURG, Germany Germany's Thyssenkrupp wants to decide by the end of September whether to pursue a European steel merger with India's Tata Steel, the head of its steel works council said on Thursday.

Thyssenkrupp signals steel merger decision by end Sept -works council

DUISBURG, Germany, June 22 Germany's Thyssenkrupp wants to decide by the end of September whether to pursue a European steel merger with India's Tata Steel, the head of its steel works council said on Thursday.

Thyssenkrupp plans more cost cuts in industrial solutions

DUESSELDORF, Germany Germany's Thyssenkrupp said it planned cost cuts worth at least 100 million euros ($112 million) to meet financial targets at its troubled unit that engineers industrial plants and builds ships, despite early signs of improvement.

UPDATE 1-Thyssenkrupp plans more cost cuts in industrial solutions

* Shares jump to two-year high (Adds quotes, background on Industrial Solutions problems)

ThyssenKrupp joins forces with rival on fresh German warship bid-source

BERLIN, June 8 Luerssen, ThyssenKrupp and German Naval Yards have agreed to bid jointly for a German navy warship contract after competition authorities struck down an earlier bid, an industry source said.

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