April 28 (Reuters) - Here is what car industry executives in Europe are saying about the impact of rocketing prices for raw material prices, including non-ferrous metals and plastics, on financial results this year: VOLKSWAGEN "In spite of the price increases on the energy side, on the raw materials side we're clearly able to significantly over-compensate these developments", via cost-cutting elsewhere, Chief Financial Officer Hans Dieter Poetsch said on April 28. DAIMLERCHRYSLER ...
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