FRANKFURT, April 26 (Reuters) - Earnings before interest and tax at DaimlerChrysler were 5.5 billion euros ($7.50 billion) in 2006 according to IFRS accounting, unchanged from its originally reported operating profit, it said on Thursday. The world's fifth-biggest carmaker is switching this year to the IFRS standard from U.S. GAAP accounting.
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