Underlining the new aggressive approach at Munich’s former sleeping giant Siemens AG, the West German is reportedly about to take a controlling interest in French Pick-popper and soon-to-be Unix microsystems vendor, IN2, Intertechnique Informatique SA. At present a subsidiary of Intertechnique SA, IN2 employs 1,335 people, and had consolidated net profit last year of $6.1m on turnover of about $162m. According to Agence France Presse, a reliable source confirmed the story, which appeared in Le Monde.
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