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Seeking Compensation
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Seeking Compensation

Rheinmetall lost 120m euro after German minister for economic affairs prohibited the company exports to Russia, Sputnik reported. The German military company Rheinmetall called on the federal government to compensate its losses as result of a prohibited deal of 2011 with Russia. Last year, Siegmar Gabriel, banned the construction of a military training center in Russia as well as the delivery of all necessary equipment ready for export.

 

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