FRANKFURT, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Car making giant DaimlerChrysler will double its dividend payout for 2002 after an expected sharp rise in full-year profits, a German magazine reported on Wednesday. The world's fifth-largest carmaker was likely to raise its dividend to two euros per share from one euro in 2001, Focus Money magazine said in a report to be published on Thursday, citing management sources. A DaimlerChrysler spokesman declined to comment. The company last year slashed its ...
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