Tiremaker Continental Is Positive About Full Year After Third-Quarter Loss

Tiremaker Continental Is Positive About Full Year After Third-Quarter Loss

Continental AG Chief Financial Officer Wolfgang Schaefer discusses the tiremaker's full-year outlook after the company reported a loss in the third quarter.
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