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greek_philosophizer wrote:


Yes, he did.
He was there until summer 2004, second man at Chrysler. In Feb 2004 he was announced as successor of Juergen Hubbert as chief of Mercedes (Mercedes, not DC). But he voiced an opinion contrary to that of Juergen Schrempp regarding the future of Japanese Mitsubishi (partially owned by DC then) and so got fired.
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Sorry Folks,
i have to apologise. I thougt You meant Bernd Pischetsrieder which is the CEO of the Volkswagen-Gruppe. Greetings Max
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Max Richter wrote:

No need to apologize as nobody knows everything you don't, I don't.

Regarding Pischetsrieder: Leading German news magazine _Der Spiegel_ has an article about Volkswagen and Pischetsrider titled _No Plan in Wolfsburg_ (today's printed mag, 13.02.06, P. 71 + 72). There also is mentioned that Pischetsrider seems to have no real plan about the long-overdue and necessary restructuring of Volkswagen and that the influential supervisory board chairman Piech is not really satified with Pischetsrider's performance. But it seems that the prolongation of Pischetsrider's contract will take place in May as scheduled.
And some interesting figures from the article: Production of a Golf Mk V needs 43 hours, that of a Renault Megane only 17 hours, the figures for a VW Passat are 50 hours and a Ford Mondeo only 18 hours (ok, what is NOT menioned is manufacturing depth = amount of parts manufactured in the plants which NOT come from suppliers).
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