When Daimler last week issued its second profit warning this year, it was evidence of the cyclical troubles that German carmakers face, beset by the diesel clampdown in their own country and lower sales in China. It was also a sign of a longer-term malaise.
The moment of "peak car" - people switching from driving to travelling by train, bus and bicycle - has occurred in many cities in developed economies.
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