AUTOSHOW-Chrysler sees flat 2006 sales, higher in 2007


GENEVA, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Chryser, the U.S. division of DaimlerChrysler AG , expects stable sales in 2006 before a rise in 2007, its president and CEO said on Tuesday. "For the total market in the U.S., we see ourselves as very stable (this year). In 2007, we see our volume going quite a bit higher," Tom LaSorda told reporters at the Geneva motor show.

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