February 9, 2016 / 9:19 AM / a year ago

Canada's Bombardier aims to produce 80 high-speed trains for Turkey: executive

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New regional transport trains are seen at the Bombardier plant in Crespin, near Valenciennes, northern France, January 13, 2016.Benoit Tessier

ANKARA (Reuters) - Bombardier (BBDb.TO) aims to produce 80 high-speed trains for Turkey's state railway TCDD in a tender together with local partner Bozankaya, an executive for the Canadian transport equipment maker said on Tuesday.

Bombardier executive Furio Rossi made the comment at a news conference in Ankara. Bombardier will make a $100 million technology transfer investment in Turkey's high-speed rail project.

Reporting by Ece Toksabay; Writing by David Dolan

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