PARIS – DaimlerChrysler AG produced more "value added" in Europe than any other company in 2000/2001, says a study by the British ministry of Commerce and Industry . However, BMW AG was the most productive automotive company, using value added per employee as a guide. A total of 19 auto makers and suppliers were considered in the analysis of DaimlerChrysler Group headquarters in Stuttgart-Möhringen, Germany 300 large European companies, although some suppliers were ...
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