FRANKFURT, Dec 18 (Reuters) - Strong demand for Daimler cars means some customers are facing delivery delays of up to three months as parts makers struggle to keep up with orders, the company's chief executive told a paper. "We are facing a luxury problem: How do we get all the parts we need in time," Dieter Zetsche was quoted as saying by Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung in an excerpt from an interview ahead of publication on Sunday. He said that customers planning to order a ...
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