FRANKFURT, May 27 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler's U.S. arm Chrysler can match its 2004 performance this year despite tough conditions in the automotive sector, its chief executive told a newspaper. "We are confident that we can have similar success as in 2004 thanks to our young model range and our cost structure," Dieter Zetsche told German paper Die Welt in an interview published on Friday. The U.S. arm of the world's fifth-biggest carmaker had an operating profit of 1.43 billion euros ...
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