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ALSTOM is a large French company whose businesses are power generation, power transmission, and manufacturing trains (e.g. the TGV), and ships (e.g. the Queen Mary 2[?]). According to the company website, in the year 2001/02 ALSTOM had annual sales of over 23 billion, and employs more than 118,000 people in over 70 countries.

Current CEO is Patrick Kron[?] who has succeded to Pierre Bilger[?]

Financial information

ALSTOM is traded in the stocks of Paris. When the stocks closed on 12 March 2003, its market capitalization was 380.2 million

History

On 12 March 2003, shares dipped 50 per cent in one day, and finnished at 1.36 euros

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