Daimler CEO says view of Europe has dimmed
GENEVA, March 5
GENEVA, March 5 (Reuters) - The chief executive of Daimler said European car markets were in worse shape than they would have seemed late last year.
"The European market is not in a condition we expected three months ago," Dieter Zetsche, CEO of the German luxury carmaker, told journalists at the Geneva car show.
Still, an upturn in the second half was more likely than a further deterioration in the region.
"We continue to see it as the more likely scenario that we will see an improvement in the second half," Zetsche said.
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