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Hyundai Rotem will assemble the cars at its plant in Changwon, Korea.
The deal was signed in Tehran between Hyundai Rotem, a unit of Hyundai Motors, and Islamic Republic of Iran Railways at a ceremony attended by Iranian Transport Minister Abbas Akhundi.
A further 150 wagons are to be built for Iran as per a previous contract between Iran and Hyundai Rotem, he explained.
The Foreign Ministry said Rotem had reiterated Israel's official response to the inflammatory remarks, telling the Turkish ambassador: "Those who systematically violate human rights in their own country should not preach to the only true democracy in the region" and "Israel consistently protects total freedom of worship for Jews, Muslims and Christians, and will continue to do so despite the baseless slander launched against it.
As an example, the integrated system function checks monitor the optical and electromechanical components of the ROTEM device and, therefore, it qualified for EQC option 2.
These passenger cars will be designed, manufactured, tested and commissioned by Hyundai Rotem, with Mitsubishi Electric Australia as technology provider and UGL supporting design and maintaining the fleet.
The NAT signed a contract with Korean Hyundai Rotem to supply 20 air-conditioned trains to Cairo Metro Line 1.
Official sources said the ministry was exploring all options, including cancellation of contract awarded to the Hyundai Rotem consortium.
Hyundai Rotem said it had won the bid for the sewage plant together with Qatari water management company Aqualia-Mace.
The convoy of four cars that will be followed in a month by another 4 cars is part of a contract between the Tunisian National Railways Company (SNCFT) and Korean company Hyundai Rotem.
Prof Rangan said: "e study aims to assess if ROTEM can be used as a predictor of increased tendency of a person's blood to clot, and therefore VTE, in patients who would not be classed as 'at risk' using conventional assessment.
After a mixed opening, she lost to Israel's Rotem Shor in the repechage, ending her hopes of a bronze.