Freescale wins 200 mln euro Siemens supply deal

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FRANKFURT, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Freescale Semiconductor Inc. has won a long-term contract worth more than 200 million euros ($246 million) to supply car components to Siemens , the companies said on Monday. Freescale, the former chip products business of Motorola Inc. , will supply components mainly for engine and transmission functions to Siemens VDO Automotive starting from 2006 for the lifetime of the products, they said in a statement. Siemens VDO, the automotive components arm of the ...

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