FRANKFURT, July 29 (Reuters) - German-American carmaker DaimlerChrysler AG said on Thursday the sale of large vehicles by its U.S. Chrysler unit were not hurt by the high level of fuel prices. "We have not seen any impact in this regard," said Chrysler boss Dieter Zetsche, when asked if high fuel prices were hurting product mix by decreasing sales of higher-margin light trucks. For example, Zetsche said Chrysler sold six percent more of the Jeep Grand Cherokee, one of its largest offroad ...
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