Balancing the local and global

Kingsley, Nick
May 2010
Railway Gazette International;May2010, Vol. 166 Issue 5, p50
Trade Publication
An interview with Dominique Pouliquen, senior vice president for Alstom Transport Asia Pacific, is presented. When asked about the segment of the passenger rolling stock market that he considers as vital in the Asia Pacific market, he claims the metro market is the top priority. According to Pouliquen, drivers to the decreasing cost of rolling stock include the trend toward worldwide production and manufacturing bases. He sees that the Chinese market as having the biggest growth potential in the region.


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