FRANKFURT, June 30 (Reuters) - Germany's DaimlerChrysler will on Monday announce measures aimed at improving cost savings at its trucks unit, sources close to the situation told Reuters. The world's biggest truckmaker, which has pledged to raise profits at the unit this year, will announce changes to its trucks division aimed at keeping development spending down and leveraging savings from its widely spread activities, said one source. Amid slack demand for trucks in both Europe and the ...
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