Gea Group

Was today’s profit warning the last one?

07/02/19 -"Ever since GEA moved its HQ away from its labour force to an office space in Düsseldorf in 2011, the group’s profits have been under pressure. The most recent peak EBIT number was reached in 2012 ..."

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