Daimler workers welcome decision to keep Hubbert


STUTTGART, April 29 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler's workers council welcomed a decision by the automaker's supervisory board on Thursday not to promote Wolfgang Bernhard to head its profit-driving Mercedes arm. "The workers representatives have a great interest in the Mercedes Car Group continuing to be successfully managed," said workers council head Erich Klemm, who is also vice chairman of the supervisory board. "Recently, there have been concerns about whether Dr. Bernhard could fulfil ...

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