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Vestas books deficit of EUR 147m in Q2

As expected, the Danish OEM struggled through yet another quarter of ongoing supply chain problems dominating the company’s financial results.

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Things have gone largely as foreseen for Vestas’ second quarter of 2022.

As predicted many times over, Vestas faced stiff headwinds getting through the period, marked by dominant factors of uncertainty, higher costs, and rising energy prices.

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