DaimlerChrysler not yet decided on 2003 dividend


FRANKFURT, Jan 29 (Reuters) - German automaker DaimlerChrysler said on Thursday it had not yet decided on its dividend proposal for 2003. The statement followed a report by German news agency VWD, which quoted supervisory board sources as saying an unchanged dividend of 1.50 euros was likely. "We have as yet made no decision on the dividend for 2003," said a DaimlerChrysler spokesman. The company is due to announce its dividend proposal next Wednesday, when it will also publish key ...

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