The twin-seat vehicles have 15 kilowatt engines with a maximum speed of 130 kilometres per hour.
Evgeny Pavlov is “suspected to have been colluding” with Azerbaijan railway authorities “to adapt a contract” to fit Bombardier.
Prosecutors launch criminal investigation related to emissions scandal
A supplier is petitioning a Swedish court to declare the company bankrupt after it failed to pay $22,000 bill.
The Swedish automaker is in the midst of an $11 billion turnaround plan that it hopes will double worldwide sales to 800,000 by 2020.
High costs and shifting global demand could cost 200,000 production jobs, worsen youth unemployment by 2020.
Bombardier Transportation has won an order from Bure Equity Fund for seven Bombardier TRAXX F140 AC locomotives designed for freight transport in Sweden and Norway.
Troubled auto maker receives $13 million order from unnamed Chinese company