VW's Q1 oper profit took 100 mln eur forex hit


FRANKFURT, April 28 (Reuters) - Volkswagen , the world's fourth-largest carmaker, suffered a 100 million euro ($125.5 million) hit from adverse currency effects to first-quarter operating profit after special items, it said on Friday. In a slide presentation for an upcoming conference call, the company cited gains of 600 million euros from volume, price and mix effects, while savings from product costs contributed a further 200 million. Apart from the forex effects, other negative ...

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