FRANKFURT, June 20 (Reuters) - The chief executive of DaimlerChrysler's U.S. arm Chrysler played down the impact of any new price war in the U.S. car market in a newspaper interview published on Monday. But Dieter Zetsche told Germany's Berliner Zeitung that Japan's Toyota Motor Corp posed a rising threat in Europe if not in the United States. "We will certainly feel the effects if the (U.S.) rebate war gets tougher, but we think it will hit us less than in the past," he said, contending ...
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