Daimler


Vans was an absolute disaster in 2019

11/02/20 -"The group’s divisional EBIT numbers were about in line with our projections, except for Vans. Costs associated with Daimler’s own Dieselgate plus Takata recall costs have resulted in another €1bn ..."

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11/02/20
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