By Justin Hyde DETROIT, July 25 (Reuters) - With two quarters of profits and a half-completed turnaround plan, Chief Executive Dieter Zetsche has begun etching out a vision of Chrysler's long-term future he says will set it apart from Detroit rivals and ensure survival in a market flooded with competitors. In 10 years, Zetsche wants Chrysler to increase its worldwide volume by 1 million vehicles, or roughly 30 percent, with a smaller but similar growth in revenues. He wants to match ...
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