INTERVIEW-Daimler Buses to reclaim lost market share in 2010


STUTTGART, Germany, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Daimler aims to recoup the two percentage points lost in its share of the worldwide bus and coaches market last year, the head of Daimler Buses told Reuters in an interview. "We will win back market share this year and reach the (15 percent) level of 2008 once again," Hartmut Schick said. Daimler Buses is a minor but profitable business, accounting for 120 million euros ($151.9 million) in operating profit in the first half, or roughly 3.6 percent of ...

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