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  • Reuterslast year

    UPDATE 1-Morocco eyes boycott of Swedish companies over Western Sahara

    Morocco said on Thursday it was considering a boycott of Swedish companies operating in the North African kingdom because of Sweden's position on the conflict over Western Sahara. The government said Sweden has been campaigning to boycott products from Western Sahara and international companies with a presence there. "We are heading toward a boycott of Swedish companies according the principle of reciprocity after similar campaigns to boycott Moroccan companies," the statement issued after the weekly cabinet meeting said.

  • Moody'slast year

    Rassini Automotriz S.A. de C.V. -- Moody's upgrades Rassini to Ba2; outlook stable

    New York, September 25, 2015-- Moody's Investors Service today upgraded to Ba2 from Ba3 Rassini Automotriz, S.A. de C.V.' s corporate family rating. "The ratings upgrade reflects Rassini's strong ...

  • Reuters2 years ago

    VW's unassuming CFO emerges from boardroom wars as chairman

    Austrian Hans Dieter Poetsch, Volkswagen AG's finance chief, faces a massive task in his future role as chairman - to maintain the support of the often divided stakeholders who have chosen to back him while improving the carmaker's profitability. Although Volkswagen Group has grown to become the world's largest carmaker it has proven to be one of the most difficult companies to manage as radical reforms can be blocked by labour representatives, who hold half the seats on the supervisory board, and its home state of Lower Saxony, which controls a 20 percent stake in the company. Poetsch, who has been VW's chief financial officer for 13 years, was chosen as chairman on Thursday because he is seen as a relatively neutral and unthreatening figure.