PARIS, Sept 23 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler's Mercedes Car Group expects to sell some 100,000 of its B-class premium minivans a year once production is fully ramped up, Mercedes chief Juergen Hubbert said on Thursday. "Over time, not in the first year clearly, we expect to sell 100,000 of the B-class additionally to what we have (for the compact A-class car) per year," he told reporters at the Paris car show. "Now we start to deliver A (class cars) and I think sometime next year we should ...
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