Chrysler targets 75 pct rise in German sales -paper


FRANKFURT, Nov 19 (Reuters) - The ailing Chrysler arm of car maker DaimlerChrysler aims to increase its sales in Germany by 75 percent over the next few years, a company executive was quoted as saying on Wednesday. Chrysler, which is battling to return to long-term profit and makes most of its sales in the United States, was aiming for a market share in Germany of one percent by 2006 or 2007 at the latest, a DaimlerChrysler executive responsible for German marketing, Eckhard Panka, told ...

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