BIRMINGHAM, MI – With fortunes uncertain in Europe, Daimler turns its eye toward the U.S. as a platform for stable growth. The parent company of Freightliner and Mercedes-Benz says all indicators point to continued strong truck and luxury-car sales in the U.S. A senior Daimler executive estimates that of the auto maker’s $42 billion profit in 2012, $16 billion was generated in the country. “I would rate the U.S. behind China’s growth rate as the best ...

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