Weak government support and lack of skilled workers are putting the brakes on a revival of manufacturing in Britain.
Deadly accidents, dirty stations and coaches, decrepit equipment and unpunctual trains mark India's vast, outdated and inefficient rail infrastructure. Will Japanese bullet trains make a difference?
German engineering giant Siemens has reported an increase in bottom-line earnings for its second fiscal quarter. The company keeps eying a merger of its rail business with that of Canada's Bombardier.
A visionary inventor and ambitious entrepreneur, Werner von Siemens was born exactly 200 years ago. Today Siemens is a German company known for both its groundbreaking innovations and its global scope.
Ohio's Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor says the state's pro-business policies, its good infrastructure and manufacturing heritage make it a good place to invest. DW spoke to her at the Hanover Trade Fair.
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