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U.S. railway operator Kansas City Southern said on Thursday that it had accepted Canadian National Railway Co's $33.6 billion acquisition offer, upending a $29 billion deal with its competitor Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.
BEIJING: China Tiesiju Civil Engineering Group (CTCE), a state-owned construction behemoth, used the country’s first intelligent track-laying facilities to lay a pair of 500-m-long ballast-free track segments for a 38.24 billion yuan (US$5.92bil or RM24.7bil), 246.6-km high-speed railway line.
BEIJING: China State Construction Engineering Corp’s (CSCEC) Middle East subsidiary is fully engaged in the construction of the 139-km Package A of Etihad Rail’s 605-km Stage 2 project, connecting Ruwais and Ghuwaifat in the United Arab Emirates.
NEW YORK: Cascade Investment, the holding company created by Bill Gates, transferred stock in two of Mexico’s largest companies to Melinda French Gates, bringing the total amount she’s received in the past few days to more than US$2bil (RM8.24bil).
IT’S starting to feel as commonplace as handwashing: To protect against Covid, people across the globe are skipping trains and buses. Instead, they’re part of the great car comeback that’s sending vehicle sales soaring and fuelling a demand surge for oil and metals.
SMH Rail is Malaysia’s largest privately-owned prime rolling stock manufacturer and maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) service provider – delivering rail engineering solutions to more than 20 countries globally.
TORONTO: Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd’s top executive says a rival’s takeover bid for Kansas City Southern is “fool’s gold” because it has little prospect of winning approval from US regulators.
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd Chief Executive Keith Creel said on Wednesday the company will not raise its bid for U.S. railroad Kansas City Southern, saying bigger rival Canadian National's offer is "not a real deal".
NEW YORK: Wall Street rallied on Monday as technology stocks rebounded from a recent selloff sparked by surging bond yields and Tesla jumped after a fund run by an influential investor in the electric-car maker said its shares could approach US$3,000 by 2025.