Daily News September 16, 2016

Siemens eyes $5.6-billion investment in Argentina Germany’s Siemens has plans to create projects worth $5.6 billion in energy generation and infrastructure projects in Argentina, the company’s chief executive said following a visit to the South American country for an investment forum that attracted as many as 2,000 executives from various industries.In addition to the energy projects, Siemens is also interested in transport infrastructure in Argentina, more specifically trains, streetcars, and rail automation projects, Oil Price reports. Brazil’s Lula charged as “top boss” of Petrobras graft scheme Brazilian prosecutors charged ex-President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on Wednesday with being the “boss” of a vast corruption scheme at state oil company Petrobras, in a major blow to the leftist hero’s hopes […]

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