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A German quagmire

23 April 2015 By Olaf Storbeck

Cevian takes a longer-term, lower-key approach than U.S. rivals. But it’s found a particularly knotty problem at Bilfinger. The industrial group has seen five profit warnings and a 45 pct stock decline over the last year. A good exit is conceivable, but not straightforward.

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