Mercedes-Benz appoints Roland S. Folger as the MD and CEO for India

August 2015
Adgully;8/4/2015, p1
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The article announces that Roland S. Folger has been appointed managing director and chief executive officer (CEO) for automobile manufacturer Mercedes-Benz's India operations, replacing Eberhard Kern who will assume a new role for the European market.


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