DaimlerChrysler sees higher profit if economy holds


STUTTGART, Germany, Feb 20 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler AG said on Thursday it expected to post higher profits this year, provided the global economic situation stabilised. The world's fifth-biggest automaker said it expected group revenues this year to be 151 billion euros ($162.2 billion), with its U.S. Chrysler arm contributing sales of 60 billion euros. The company also said fourth-quarter adjusted operating profit at Chrysler was 77 million euros. Earlier this month the company ...

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