FRANKFURT, April 23 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler said on Friday it could not say what impact its decision to no longer support ailing Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors would have on its 2004 results. "As far as net income is concerned I cannot tell you what the impact in 2004 on total will be," DaimlerChrysler Chief Financial Officer Manfred Gentz told a conference call for analysts and journalists. "There's no reason why we should go for an immediate writeoff." Gentz also said the ...
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