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Angela Merkel, Germany’s prime-minister, and the most important local car companies, including Mercedes, hold a virtual crisis meeting. According to press reports, Merkel and …

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Mercedes has posted a new badge on its facebook page in connection with the coronavirus epidemic. A simpler and more concise corporate information campaign …

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To battle the coronavirus outbreak, the Mercedes-AMG F1 team manufactured an assisted breathing device approved by the British health system. A hundred devices will …

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Daimler, the parent company of Mercedes-Benz, does not yet need state aid from the German government in the coronavirus crisis, says CEO Ola Källenius, …

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The Coronavirus outbreak has been slowing down in China and Daimler decided to reopened the factory and most of the dealers in the COVID-19 …

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Daimler seeks to protect its employees and its financial strength during the Coronavirus pandemic. The COVID-19 outbreak forces the German giant to shut down European …

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Apocalypse Now. Mercedes intends to make the brand future-proof by dramatically reducing the current portfolio. The future of several, especially more expensive, models and …

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Daimler expects huge losses related to the recent diesel scandal at Mercedes, after the German authorities announce their final decision. Daimler estimates that the …

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Mercedes-Benz is expected to face yet another setback for its diesel lineup in Germany, as the Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) is likely to …

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Daimler has revealed its financial results for 2019. In addition, the brand looks ahead to what this year will bring, also when it comes …

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Daimler is expected to lay off 15,000 employees by 2022, according to information in the German press. The group’s officials declined to comment on …

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Mercedes is preparing over 30 launches (new models and updates for current models) by 2022 and the list includes five electric cars, too, according …

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