Hella


We had expected higher profit numbers

14/01/20 -"Hella sold a sizeable share of its Aftermarket division during the course of the last fiscal year. Based on adjusted 2018/19 numbers (i.e. excluding this de-consolidation), the company’s turnover was ..."

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14/01/20
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