STUTTGART, Germany, Feb 23 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler's market-leading trucks business will make an operating profit this year despite a sharp U.S. market contraction, division head Andreas Renschler told reporters on Friday. "Earnings before interest and tax will be positive, even in the United States," he told reporters, although he acknowledged his business would not be able to match the record results from 2006. He said his division would hit its target of generating an 11 percent ...
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