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        1. Annual Report and Full Year Results 2018

          On February 15, 2019, Daimler published the Annual Report 2018. On this page you will find all relevant information, documents, the audio and video recordings as well as the Interactive Annual Report 2018.

          Daimler full year results 2018

          • Group unit sales up by 2.4% to 3.4 million (2017: 3.3 million) vehicles
          • Growth in Group revenue of 2% to €167.4 billion (2017: €164.2 billion)
          • Group EBIT at high level of €11.1 billion (2017: €14.3 billion)
          • Net profit of €7.6 billion (2017: €10.6 billion)
          • Dividend proposed of €3.25 (2017: €3.65) per share
          • Outlook for 2019: slight growth in unit sales, revenue and EBIT expected
          • Countermeasures to improve efficiency in automotive divisions
          • Bodo Uebber, Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG for Finance & Controlling and Daimler Financial Services: “Daimler continues to have high net liquidity and a robust balance sheet. In order to be able to invest consequently in further growth and new technologies in the future, we have to improve efficiency. Preparations for our ?Project Future? are also progressing well and are on schedule.”

          Interactive Annual Report, Recordings, Download

          Video statement by Dr. Dieter Zetsche

          During the Annual Press Conference and the Investor and Analyst Conference 2019, Dr. Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of the Board of Management, Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars, and his fellow members of the Board of Management gave an overview of the results of the business year 2018. The most important topics and figures are summarized in this video.

          Key Figures in a five year comparison

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