Across Europe, companies of all shapes and sizes are counting the cost of sanctions imposed on Russia, we take a look at some firms that have been affected. No reporter narration.
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European firms count Russia sanctions costs
Ford hurt by Russia, but committed to business there
SOUNDBITE: Stephen Odell, CEO, Ford Europe, saying (English):
"It was clear a number of months ago actually, before the early level of sanctions started, that the Russian economy and the Russian market was probably not at the level that people had projected."
Germany's E.ON H1 profit fell 12% on Russian business
Adidas slashes its 2014 profit outlook and scraps its 2015 target partly due to a weak Russian market
Henkel sees tough 6 months ahead due to Russia
SOUNDBITE: Kasper Rorsted, CEO, Henkel, saying (English):
"Despite a strong Russia in the first six months, we expect Russia to slow down in the second half and Ukraine has been severely impacted."
Royal Bank of Scotland places lending restrictions in Russia following Ukraine crisis
Russia's Lukoil says sanctions will force it to cut investments due to limited access to funds
Sanctions weigh on Russian banks
Gazprombank and Rosselkhozbank ask for state help
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