Pubblicato in: Cina, Devoluzione socialismo, Regno Unito, Unione Europea

No-deal Brexit. La Germania ci rimette e la Cina ci guadagna. – Mercedes-Benz.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2020-10-27.

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A confronto degli eurocrati e dei governanti tedeschi, Giuda l’Iscariota era persona affidabile e leale, degna di fede.

Tuttavia essi volgo una loro grande utilità: è vero l’esatto opposto di quello che dicono. Così ragionando si è sicuri di non sbagliare.

Per anni si sono sgolati ad ammonire gli inglesi che la Brexit avrebbe causato la rovina del Regno Unito riducendolo alla miseria più nera. Adesso vien fuori invece che da una no-deal Brexit sarà proprio la Germania a perderci come una pecetta. Proprio l’opposto di quello che dicevano in passato.

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«Daimler warns hard Brexit would hurt even without a U.K. plant»

«Mercedes maker sees hit in the hundreds of millions of euros»

«CEO says EU should prepare for trade negotiations with U.S.»

«Daimler AG probably will lose hundreds of millions of euros if the U.K. leaves the European Union without a trade deal»

«The Mercedes-Benz maker, which doesn’t have a car plant in the country, sees a financial impact in the “low three-digit” million-euro range in the event of a hard Brexit»

«Cars would be subject to 10% tariffs, likely hurting demand for vehicles imported from Daimler’s factories in Germany and elsewhere in Europe.»

«A hard Brexit also is expected to put the viability of U.K. auto plants at risk»

«Daimler won’t build a U.K. factory because sales volumes in the country are too small»

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«The prospect of a disorderly exit of Britain from the European Union is a serious cause for concern …. ‘highly worrying’»

«Possible scenarios are highly worrying. We have analysed possible scenarios since the (Brexit) referendum to prepare ourselves. In sum, it is an extraordinarily sad development»

«Despite an increase in geopolitical risks, Zetsche said he did not see a downturn in global demand for passenger cars, thanks to robust demand in Asia»

«The Chinese market is still very dynamic, …. I do not see an inflection point»

«Talks with Chinese shareholder Geely 0175.HK, whose chairman holds a 9 percent stake in Daimler, are going well»

«We have a constructive dialogue with our Chinese counterparts. I believe there is potential for both and there are more opportunities than risks. The situation is promising»

«The EU should prepare for negotiations with the U.S. as President Donald Trump and his challenger Joe Biden are both likely to address the country’s trade balance with the bloc after the election»

«Kallenius expects China to remain a key growth driver over the next decade and sees no indication that the recent market recovery in China is softening»

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L’Unione Europea della rigidità ideologica, al momento ha posto sanzioni su trenta stati che si sono rifiutati di accettare l’ideologia liberal, si sta sempre più isolando con le sue stese mani. E quelli che possono se ne fuggono via a gambe levate.

Alla resa dei conti, il no-deal Brexit, che libera gli inglesi dalle corti di giustizia europee e dalle cervellotiche regolamentazioni dell’Unione, reca ben pochi danni al Regno Unito, mentre nel contempo genera lucro cessante e danno emergente all’industria europea e tedesca in particolare.

Sia detto per inciso. Chiunque desideri può acquistare, a ben caro prezzo, la direttiva europea sulla coltivazione delle melanzane: riceverà deciassette volumi di oltre mille pagine l’uno, la lettura dei quali è mandatoria anche per mettere una piantina di melanzane sul terrazzino.

Herr Dieter Zetsche è stato chiarissimo.

Esattamente come è stato altrettanto chiaro nel delineare la sinicizzazione della Daimler AG: il mercato cinese è libero, prospero ed in forte crescita: con il tempo, abbastanza breve, la produzione si trasferirà in Cina.

L’Unione Europea di avvia a rapidi passi verso la decrescita che per essa sarà felice perché ecologicamente linda, senza più quelle puzzolenti ciminiere delle aziende produttive. Tanto, la sua popolazione autoctona sta estinguendosi e, notoriamente, i morti non consumano né inquinano.

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Daimler Warns Hard Brexit Would Hurt Even Without a U.K. Plant

– Mercedes maker sees hit in the hundreds of millions of euros

– CEO says EU should prepare for trade negotiations with U.S.

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Daimler AG probably will lose hundreds of millions of euros if the U.K. leaves the European Union without a trade deal, and its chief executive officer is ruling out the idea of helping Prime Minister Boris Johnson rebuild Britain’s manufacturing base.

The Mercedes-Benz maker, which doesn’t have a car plant in the country, sees a financial impact in the “low three-digit” million-euro range in the event of a hard Brexit, CEO Ola Kallenius told the Frankfurt business media club ICFW on Monday. Cars would be subject to 10% tariffs, likely hurting demand for vehicles imported from Daimler’s factories in Germany and elsewhere in Europe.

A hard Brexit also is expected to put the viability of U.K. auto plants at risk. Daimler won’t build a U.K. factory because sales volumes in the country are too small, Kallenius said. If tariffs are implemented that are in line with World Trade Organization rules, it will cost the company money that won’t be available for other operations, he said.

The EU should prepare for negotiations with the U.S. as President Donald Trump and his challenger Joe Biden are both likely to address the country’s trade balance with the bloc after the election, Kallenius told reporters. The changing global trade environment might trigger adjustments in Daimler’s manufacturing footprint, he said, without elaborating. Daimler has built SUVs in Alabama since 1995 and opened a van factory two years ago in South Carolina.

Kallenius expects China to remain a key growth driver over the next decade and sees no indication that the recent market recovery in China is softening. Mercedes has recorded four consecutive months of double-digit sales growth, which the CEO called “almost too good to be true.”

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Disorderly Brexit scenarios are ‘highly worrying’ – Daimler CEO.

The prospect of a disorderly exit of Britain from the European Union is a serious cause for concern, Daimler DAIGn.DE Chief Executive Dieter Zetsche said on Tuesday.

“Possible scenarios are highly worrying. We have analysed possible scenarios since the (Brexit) referendum to prepare ourselves. In sum, it is an extraordinarily sad development,” he said at the Paris Motor Show.

For Daimler, an immediate impact would be a possible slowdown in demand for Mercedes-Benz cars and trucks in Britain.

Despite an increase in geopolitical risks, Zetsche said he did not see a downturn in global demand for passenger cars, thanks to robust demand in Asia.

“The Chinese market is still very dynamic,” Zetsche told journalists. “I do not see an inflection point.”

Talks with Chinese shareholder Geely 0175.HK, whose chairman holds a 9 percent stake in Daimler, are going well, Zetsche also said.

“We have a constructive dialogue with our Chinese counterparts. I believe there is potential for both and there are more opportunities than risks. The situation is promising,” Zetsche said.

Geely took a stake in Daimler and has sought an alliance in the areas of electric and autonomous vehicle technologies.

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