Siemens Central Eastern Europe is an economic region encompassing 19 countries with more than 230 million inhabitants
Siemens Central Eastern Europe is an economic region encompassing 19 countries with more than 230 million inhabitants. This common economic Region, which includes Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Georgia, Hungary, Israel, Kosovo, Montenegro, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey and Ukraine, is one of the key growth regions worldwide.Relying on an intelligent division of labor, Siemens is leveraging and reinforcing the dynamic developments in this area while at the same time profiting from the massive investments being made in industrial and public infrastructures. One by one, the CEE countries are becoming members of the European Union, which makes them eligible for EU support and funding when it comes to building up transportation infrastructure, healthcare and public administration systems - all areas where Siemens can offer interesting solutions.
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