U.S. President Donald Trump (3rd L) enters Marine One as he leaves after his visit to the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, January 26, 2018. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
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Sitting to Trump's left, Joe Kaeser, chief executive of German industrials group Siemens, kicked things off by saying that company was doing well in the United States, where it employs 56,000 workers.Responding to comments from Werner Baumann, CEO of Bayer, which is currently in the process of taking over U.S. seed-maker Monsanto, Trump said he was a regular user of one of the German health care group's mainstays: aspirin.Heinrich Hiesinger, the CEO of German steel and engineering conglomerate Thyssenkrupp, said he was very proud that the group had supplied all of the elevators to New York's One World Trade Center, the office building that replaced the twin towers, destroyed in 2001 .
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