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  1. FILE PHOTO: A logo of Alstom is seen at the Alstom's plant in Semeac near Tarbes

    Alstom, Bombardier shares fall after US$6.7 billion rail deal

    Shares of Alstom SA and Bombardier Inc fell on Tuesday after the French firm agreed to buy its Canadian rival's rail division for up to 6.2 ...
  2. A worker walks in front of a Bombardier advertising board at the SBB CFF Swiss railway train statio

    Bombardier scrambles to craft rail merger with Alstom, Hitachi: Sources

    Bombardier has approached France's Alstom and Japan's Hitachi to find a merger partner for its rail business as it struggles to contain costs ...
  3. Khaw Boon Wan urges rail operators not to overspend on operations, maintenance | Video
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    Khaw Boon Wan urges rail operators not to overspend on operations, maintenance | Video

    Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan said on Monday (Oct 14) that while maintaining rail reliability is important, operators must be careful not to ...
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    Commentary: Europe's stillborn high-speed rail giant reveals lessons about competition

    Europe must keep politicians away from day-to-day competition decisions, say Toulouse School of Economics' Patrick Rey and Jean Tirole.
  5. A view of the causeway bordering Malaysia's southern state of Johor Bahru

    Sultan of Johor expresses reservations about proposed design of Singapore-Johor rail link

    The bridge of the Rapid Transit System (RTS) rail track will disrupt the city skyline along the Johor Straits due to its height, he said in an ...
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    Early closure for some MRT stations on East-West Line for maintenance

    The early closure will give engineering staff additional time to carry out maintenance work to replace rails worn out by wear and tear, SMRT says.
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    Malaysia unveils proposed alignment for East Coast Rail Link

    The rail project is expected to grow the GDP of three east coast states in Peninsular Malaysia by another 1.5 per cent, Malaysian Prime Minister ...