* To build 3,600 new train cars over ten years * Beats Chinese, Canadian, Spanish firms * Contract seen creating around 33,000 jobs * Shares rise 2.8 pct By Tiisetso Motsoeneng JOHANNESBURG, Dec 5 (Reuters) - French transport and engineering group Alstom SA has won a $5.8 billion contract to supply passenger trains to South Africa, one of the largest government deals ever in Africa's biggest economy. ...
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