DaimlerChrysler sees weaker Q4 autos market


FRANKFURT, Oct 28 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler expects demand in the global car market to slacken in late 2004, it said in its quarterly earnings report on Thursday. "For the automobile business, demand in the fourth quarter seems likely to weaken," the world's fifth-biggest carmaker said, seeing "only moderate aggregate growth" for the passenger car markets in the three major regions.

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