PARIS, Sept 26 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler AG's Chrysler unit said on Thursday it has achieved cost cuts of 10 percent in the past two years and is on track to reach its goal of a 15 percent cut by the end of 2003. Chrysler chief operating officer Wolfgang Bernhard made the comments in an interview with Reuters at the Paris auto show. "We will not stop the cost cuts after 2003," Bernhard said. "There comes a time when the low hanging fruit is gone, but we will look for further ...
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