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Inspite of higher labor costs, the productivity of Siemens Villach is comparable to other Siemens susidiaries in Japan or the USA.

A total of about10,400 employees work for Siemens in Austria. The company, which operates six plants throughout Austria and has a subsidiary in every federal province, also cooperates with some 6,600 local suppliers and business partners.     
Furthermore, Siemens Austria also has business responsibility for 18 other countries in the CEE (Central Eastern Europe) region. In several divisions Siemens Austria is also responsible for coordinating business in other areas, encompassing Switzerland, Czech Republic and Turkey.  

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