DETROIT, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Dieter Zetsche, DaimlerChrysler's incoming chairman, acknowledged on Wednesday that he was stepping down as head of the automaker's Chrysler division without having met a key target for profits and revenue. Zetsche, 52, spoke when asked about research from the Harbour Consulting group released earlier this week showing that Chrysler made an average of just $186 per vehicle in the first half of the year in North America. That was better than Chrysler's ...
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