Doing the heavy lifting: investors eye tech-tonic shifts for Europe’s industrials

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LONDON (Reuters) - Investment funds seeking to invest at the intersection of Europe and technology are finding rich pickings in places that some may find surprising: sprawling industrials like trains-to-turbines Siemens and engineering group ABB.
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