VW CEO concerned by auto supply delays - paper


FRANKFURT, May 28 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's chief executive is concerned about the long periods of time customers are having to wait for the delivery of new cars due to supply shortages, he told German newspaper Automobilwoche. "The long delivery times are currently a cause for concern," Martin Winterkorn, the CEO of Europe's biggest carmaker told the paper. Some BMW , Mercedes and Volkswagen cars are taking as long as ten months to deliver, the paper reported, adding that analysts do not ...

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