What would TT brands do if ESN suddenly refused to make for them?

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Oct 2022
The numbers are in. As projected, despite the price increase and in turn a revenue increase, ESN still lost
€ 2.67 million for fiscal year 2022.
That's roughly 84% of the profit in 2021. In the red for the first time in over a decade.

Im surprised they are losing money. Maybe their gross margin is too low.
says Shoo...nothing to see here. - zeio
says Shoo...nothing to see here. - zeio
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Jan 2018
Well, it has nothing to do with ESN. In the face of geopolitics, no amount of gross margin is going to be high enough.

Butterfly became the villain last time when the US financial institutions screwed up and the rest of the world had to wipe their asses by paying the price - global inflation (global = anywhere but the US). Putin also touched on that in his latest interview with Tucker Carlson, which I had pointed out in a previous thread [1, 2]. It's ESN's turn this time.