Siemens CEO sees impact from troubled units-paper


FRANKFURT, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Siemens AG , which missed quarterly profit forecasts last month, expects troubled units to further weigh on its results, Chief Executive Klaus Kleinfeld told Sueddeutsche Zeitung in an interview. "I cannot promise that we have overcome the strains 100 percent," Kleinfeld said in an advance copy of the interview to be published on Saturday. He was responding to a question on whether troubled units would continue to affect its results in the quarter to ...

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