Staudigl: Early 2010 trends are positive. The companyâs consolidated sales fell 14%, to â¬3.72 billion ($4.96 billion), in 2009. Ebitda decreased 43%, to â¬607 million. Most of the decline was due to" />
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Wacker Forecasts Earnings and Sales Improvement in 2010

8:31 AM MDT | March 26, 2010 | Robert Westervelt in Munich

Wacker Chemie says it expects substantial improvement in sales and earnings in 2010, noting that volume and sales recovery continued through January and February. “Wacker has resumed a growth trajectory,” Wacker CEO Rudolf Staudigl said at the company’s annual results conference held recently in Munich. Staudigl: Early 2010 trends are positive. The company’s consolidated sales fell 14%, to €3.72 billion ($4.96 billion), in 2009. Ebitda decreased 43%, to €607 million. Most of the decline was due to...

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