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Factory flaws

5 Dec 2014 By Olaf Storbeck, Antony Currie

Bochum represents Germany’s first shutdown since World War Two. That shows how slow the industry has been to close European factories, despite slumping sales. Many are operating way below capacity and firms are offloading vehicles at a discount. That will keep profits low.

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