|Company name:||S.C. ASTRA RAIL Industries S.R.L.|
|Street:||41-43 Aurel Vlaicu Street|
|Represented by:||Thomas Manns - Chairman|
Bernd Böse - CEO
Fulger Popescu - COO
|Telephone:||+40 257 202 231|
|Telefax:||+40 257 202 115|
|Value added tax identification number pursuant to Section 27 of German Value Added Tax Act (UStG):||RO 299 220 41|
|Responsible for the content pursuant to Section 55 (2) of the Interstate Broadcasting Agreement (RStV):||S.C. ASTRA RAIL Industries S.R.L.|
|References to the sources of the images and charts:||www.gettyimages.de|
| Source: ||eRecht24, Sören Siebert, Lawyer for Internet Law|
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