BERLIN, Oct 30 (Reuters) - The leasing and financial services unit of German-U.S. auto giant DaimlerChrysler AG has said it may profit from new European Union legislation which has left most carmakers furious. Klaus Mangold, the head of DaimlerChrysler Services, told reporters in Berlin late on Tuesday that his company may generate extra business thanks to the EU's new car sales rules that loosen carmakers' grip on their dealer networks. The rules, which took effect at the beginning of ...
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