Thales


No major change and more clarity on its future

04/10/19 -"Thales has held its annual Capital Markets Day, at which the company presented a set of guidelines that were roughly in line with the previous CMD, apart from an extension in time. The real news was ..."

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English
Published on
04/10/19
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