Battered Schrempp wins key backing

Wernle, Bradford; Wanke, Dieter
December 2000
Automotive News;12/4/2000, Vol. 75 Issue 5906, p50
Trade Publication
Reports the endorsement of DaimlerChrysler Chairman Juergen Schrempp by the Deutsche Bank in Germany. Reaction of shareholders on the takeover of Chrysler; Confidence of the bank on the ability of the company to solve management problems; Factors influencing the endorsement.


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