Tout sur CRRC, ce groupe chinois qui a précipité la fusion Siemens-Alstom

Dominique Simonet
(160801) -- SHIJIAZHUANG, Aug. 1, 2016 () -- File photo taken on July 22, 2016 shows workers conveying goods at a workshop of China Railway Rolling Stock Corp. (CRRC) in Tangshan, north China's Hebei Province. China's manufacturing sector posted a slight drop in July due to the flood season and weak demand, official data showed Monday. The purchasing managers' index (PMI) came in at 49.9 in July, slightly lower than June's 50, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) and the China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing. (Xinhua/Mou Yu) (lfj) Reporters / Photoshot
(160801) -- SHIJIAZHUANG, Aug. 1, 2016 () -- File photo taken on July 22, 2016 shows workers conveying goods at a workshop of China Railway Rolling Stock Corp. (CRRC) in Tangshan, north China's Hebei Province. China's manufacturing sector posted a slight drop in July due to the flood season and weak demand, official data showed Monday. The purchasing managers' index (PMI) came in at 49.9 in July, slightly lower than June's 50, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) and the China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing. (Xinhua/Mou Yu) (lfj) Reporters / Photoshot ©Reporters / Photoshot
Tant chez Alstom et Siemens que chez les politiciens français et allemands, on invoque la concurrence chinoise pour expliquer la nécessité du rapprochement trans-Rhin. De fait, la constitution, en 2015, de la China Railway Rolling Stock Corp., par la fusion de deux...

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