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CFO says Aston Martin to reach profit since 2016


Hanno Kirner, the finance officer of British sports car manufacturer Aston Martin has announced that the automaker is expected to end its loss-making stint and return to a high profitability margin somewhere after 2016. The highly luxurious sports manufacturer, which has a 101-year history behind it, announced that after struggling to recuperate its business after the 2009 economic crisis a five-year ...
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Volkswagen plans investment in Indonesia
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Volkswagen shortens investment plan due to economic uncertainty in Europe
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BMW Will Invest 200 Million Euro in Brazil
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Slow Demand Makes Pirelli Trim Full-Year Target
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