Buzzi


Q1 21: last year’s growth drivers - this year’s laggards

07/05/21 -"Buzzi released its Q1 trading statement with net sales down by 0.8% (+4.5% lfl), the growth driven mainly by Italy, which benefited from the strengthening in domestic demand and an easy comparison ..."

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07/05/21
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